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Mackey I ake -- This lake adorns Coahoma Community College on the east side of the 
campus With its calm and peaceful nature, the lake carries a myth, 'The lady of the 
I ake:' The photo of this lake is on the cover and is highlighted throughout this book. 



i he Lady of the Lake 



Mackey Lake is a place of peace and quiet. 
Many years ago it used to be a place of relaxation 
for students. It was a place for them to sit right 
down by the lake and ease all of their troubles and 
worries. The once very beautiful and vibrant 
Mackc> Lake used to be a spot for all to have fun 
and to enjoy the pleasantness of the surroundings. 
However, the I ake had also come with a story o\' 
its own; one that had passed on from generation to 
generation of students, teachers, and staff members 
alike. 

No one knows how the myth about the lake got 
started. As a Coahoman tradition, sophomores 
pass on the story of the lake to new freshmen and 
staff during orientation. According to them, 
Mackc\ Lake was named for a young lady whose 
first or last name may have been Mackey. Mackey 
appears at the residence halls after football games. 

According to Mrs. Rita Hanfor, Assistant Dean 
of Alumni Affairs, the story of Mackey Lake had 
been around since the 50's and possibly even as 
carl) as the 30's and 40's when her mother 
attended Coahoma Agricultural High School. Mrs. 
Hanfor stated the myth at the time was that a 
young lady went walking alone at night. Not able to 
see well, she fell into the lake and drowned. 

In another version by Hanfor, the young lady 
had crossed the bridge with an animal, possibly a 
cow . The bridge broke, causing the lady and the 
animal to fall into the lake and drown. It is 
rumored that every time it rains or when there is a 
terrible storm, students can hear the screams and 
cries of "Mackey" on the grounds of the campus. 

The truth about the origin of Mackey Lake is 
that it was named after the Mackey family who 
lived on the east side of the lake before the 1 900's. 
A man named John Mackey moved to Coahoma 
County from South Carolina in the 1 84()'s. 
Mackey bought the land surrounding the lake, and 
he and his family settled there. Mackey strongly 



believed in education and after a while, he built a 
private school on the land and began to teach 
there. When Mackey passed, he passed on the land 
to his son John Jr. When John Jr. passed, his wife 
sadly was forced to sell the land. The Mackey 
family moved to Blythevillc, Arkansas for a time, 
but eventually moved back to Clarksdale in 1 930. 
English Composition instructor, Glynda Duncan, 
interviewed the great-granddaughters of John 
Mackey, Sr„ Nannie Whittcn and Thclma Lindsay 
who passed some years ago. Like their great- 
grandfather, they believed in the importance of 
education. Whittcn and Lindsay remembered 
when Mackey Lake used to be "the biggest 
swimming hole in Clarksdale". They recalled how 
everyone used to go out for a swim in Mackey 
Lake. Though they were initially sad at the loss of 
their land, they were happy to sec it put to good 
use. 

In 2003, The Yazoo-Mississippi Delta Levee 
Board constructed a walk-trail, Mackey Lane 
Trail, on Mackey Lake. The trail will benefit 
people who want to exercise. The primary 
objective is to provide a way for the faculty, 
students and the community to improve their 
health or do something to enjoy themselves. The 
trail is 6-feet wide and 1/2- mile long. 

In 1 927, Coahoma Agricultural High School 
was built on the Mackey land. It was established so 
that black students could have an opportunity to 
attend school. The high school paved the way for 
the outreach of higher education; and in 1 949, 
Coahoma Junior College, now known as 
Coahoma Community College, was established. 
For over 50 years, Coahoma has proven itself as 
an institution providing quality and excellence. 
With the many educational opportunities it has 
provided, Coahoma now serves more than 2,200 
students throughout the United States. 



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memories covering the 

transition from winter 

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Spring Fest 

During the week of 
spring fest (April 1 6th-20th), 
students enjoyed themselves 
with fun-filled activities such 
as the spring talent show and 
the "Rip the Runway" 
fashion show. Students were 
also excited when they 
received the chance to star in 
their very own music videos. 

Right: Amber McNeal, 

Whitney Patrick and Sharifa 

Jones take part in the spring 

festivities. 



Center: Nicholas Walker from Memphis, TN 
gets his DVD after making his own music video. 

Bottom Left: Anna McNeal, Jocelyn Bays and 
Jessica Bays all from Clarksdale are all smiles 
during Spring Fest. 

Bottom Right: Stanley Flagg and Quincy Moton 
from Clarksdale prepare themselves for the water 
fight after the barbecue. 



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Peppermint Ball Sponsored by 
Students In Free Enterprise 



On Valentine's Day, students shared the love as 
they danced and partied at the Peppermint Ball 
sponsored by Coahoma Community College's 
chapter of SIFE (Students In Free Enterprise). Every 
year SIFE hosts the Peppermint Ball as a fund-raiser 
to raise money for the club to go on trips and to 
compete in regional and national competitions across 
the U.S. 

Above: Mickory Levells and Lavasha Smith reign as 
Mr. and Miss Valentine. Center: Trey Lampkin and 
Nigelas Walker smile and give thumbs up for a great 
party. 

Bottom: Conchetta Johnson and Stephenitra Kindle 
strike a pose for the camera. 



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Tobacco is one of the 
leading causes of death in 
America. More than three 
milllion people die every year 
from using tobacco products. 
This includes smokeless 
tobacco products as well. 
Many other health risks that 
occur from the use of tobacco 
include heart disease, low 
birth weight in infants, and 
various cancers and lung 
problems. Other effects 
include odor, discolored teeth, 
and bad breath. The picture 



to the right shows the tongue 
of a smoker whose smoking 
habit, left untreated, resulted 
in a "hairy tongue". 

At the Student Health 
Fair, Mrs. Athsicia Gooden 
informs a young man about 
the health risks and long term 
effects of smoking and 
tobacco use. Mrs. Gooden is 
the school nurse. Her 
daughter, Lowanda, is 
pictured with her. 





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Two years have passed, and the 
signs of Hurricane Katrina are still 
present in New Orleans. The photos 
were captured by the yearbook advisers 
on May 26, 2007 while attending the 
Sixth Annual National College Yearbook 
Workshop. 

There are three evacuees of Hurricane 
Katrina enrolled at Coahoma. Sisters 
Gina Crawford and Dorothy Maxon and 
Dorothy's daughter Tara Maxon now 
make their home in Clarksdale. 
According to them, they return home 
occasionally, but the fillings of sadness 
are still overwhelming. 

The effects of Hurricane Katrina on 
New Orleans were not only catastrophic 
for our three evacuees, but for the whole 
United States. Hurricane Katrina was a 




category 5 hurricane that destroyed a 
lot of New Orleans's historic scenery. 
Many homes were also destroyed as 
shown in the pictures on this page. 

Hurricane Katrina will forever be 
etched in the memories of people. 
An estimated 1 ,836 people lost their 
lives in Hurricane Katrina, making it 
the deadliest hurricane to hit the U.S. 
since the 1928 Okeecheobee 
Hurricane. After this devastating 
event, the lives of many people 
drastically began to change. 

Hurricane Katrina had its effects 
on other states as well, including 
Florida and the gulf coasts of 
Mississippi and Texas. Even with 
the rebuilding of the city, the historic 
New Orleans will never be the same, 
nor will the other states. 



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The Black History Program held in Whiteside Hall Lecture Room was a time for students to come together 
and to reflect on black leaders from the past who helped to pave the way for the advancement of blacks today. 

Top: The assembly stands together as they sing a hymn. 

Bottom left: Jushuntia Stephens from Lyon, MS gives a bold performance. Bottom right: Antoine Simpson 
captures the audience with his rendition of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech. 



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Left photo: 
Chef Robert 
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Right photo: 
Saundra Grayson, 
Charles Butler, 
Coordinator Work 
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Mayor of 
Clarksdale Henry 
Espy and Anne 
Shelton-Clark, 
Career Technical 
Dean 



The national celebration of 
Career and Technical Education 
Week was expanded in 2007 to a 
month-long observance. The 
observance kicked off with a Career 
Technical Education awareness 
program in the Pinnacle. 

Nineteen students were inducted 
into the National Technical Honor 
Society during a luncheon prepared 
by Chef Robert Rhymes and his 
culinary arts students. 

"Career and technical education 
prepares both youth and adults for a 
wide range of careers from registered 
nurse to computer technician," says 



Anne Shelton-Clark, Career 

Technical Dean. 

She says subject areas most 
commonly associated with career and 
technical education include business, 
trade and industrial, health 
occupations, agriculture, family and 
consumer sciences, marketing, and 
technology. 

Clark also states that career and 
technical education is offered in 
middle school, high schools, two-year 
community and technical colleges 
and other post-secondary schools. 

There are 1 1 million secondary 
and post-secondary career and 



technical education students in the 
U.S," according to Clark. 
Top photo: Mary Evans of Clarksdale; 
Anthony Anderson of Farrell; Corderro 
Price, Cheryl Washington, Saundra 
Grayson, Pauline White and Yolanda 
Hawkins all of Clarksdale; Dominique 
Veasey of Jonestown; Tara Washington, 
Willie Alexander, Christopher Banks, 
Laquita Davis, and Rhonda Smith, all 
of Clarksdale; Cayce Johnson of Shelby; 
Christopher Shaw of Ruleville; Latasha 
Sanders, Rosemary McKiddy, and 
Darryl Sanders, all of Clarksdale; and 
Alton Mosley of Cleveland. 

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Rev. L. L . Hammond gave a 
motivational speech to the students 
at Coahoma Community College. 
Rev. Hammond asked the students 
"Who's dreaming your dream, and 
who's interpreting your dreams?" 
The former CCC teacher and current 
pastor of St. Mark United Methodist 
Church of Los Angeles questioned 
the Founders Day audience, "Are 
you going to allow someone else to 
interpret your dream? "Hammond 
said, "You have got to have a 
passion eating away at the core of 
your being so only excellence will do. 
She concluded by asking the 
audience, "are you dreaming a dream 
that you will interpret for your life?" 





The address was a culmination of Cultural 
Awareness Week. Other activities included 
performances by The Angelic Voices of Faith 
choir from Memphis, Tennessee and two 
theatrical performances of I'm Saved" by 
Public Awareness Theatre of Detroit, 
Michigan. 
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1st IN CHICAGO BARBERING 
COMPETITION 

Coahoma Community College takes 
first place honors in Chicago's 'Battle 
of the Schools' Proud Lady Barbering 
Competition. Representing the CCC 
team are stylists Sid Davis of Shelby 
and Jerry Smith of Lambert. 



CCC An Show Reflects Creativity 

Coahoma Community College's talented art major, Vernon Adams (left) and Fine Arts Chairman, Melanie 
Atkinson, display one of his six works featured in the recent CCC spring show. The painting also took second 
place honors in the Juke Joint Festival art competition. Crystal Jones, an elementary education major, and 
Atkinson discuss the colorful boxes Jones and her classmates created. 




Phi Theta Kappa Inductees 

Front: Jessica Bays. Joyce Myers, and Jushuntia Stephens and Lashara Ramsey. Back: Annie 
Hines. Joe Sargent. Sharifa Jones, Darrell Dixon, Ramona Matthews, Curtis Fullilove, and 
Kenvatta Cleark. 



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CCC grads urged: Go out and rock your corner of the world' 
More than 3,000 applaud 55th annual commencement 

More than 3,000 applauded the conferral of degrees on 250 graduating 

sophomores at Coahoma Community College's 55th commencement 

and awarded a standing ovation to state Rep. John Mayo's charge to 

"go out and rock your corner of the world." 

Opening his address with a moment of silence in memory of slain 

Virginia Tech students, Mayo urged graduates to dream and consider 

what they want to be in five, ten, and fifteen years. 

"What you are dreaming about will determine what you become," he 

said. "Things don't just happen; people make choices." 

Citing astronaut Stephanie Wilson, golfer Tiger Woods, American 

Idol loser but Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson, and Dr. Martin Luther 

King as dreamers, who planned and saw themselves as winners, Mayo 

said "They went out and rocked the world." 

"How will you rock the world?" he asked. "If you dream it, you can 

become it; it will happen to you." 

"When you were born, God said, 'I gave you a dream, go out and find 

it,'" he ended. 

Special guests were graduates of CCC's class of 1957 who received 

golden diplomas. 

Dr. Vivian Presley, college president, urged graduates to be truthful, 

respect life, have faith, and know that goodness will be rewarded. 



Presenting the 
opening 

invocation was the 
Rev. Freddie 
DeShazer, pastor of 
Dennis Chapel M. 
B. Church. Joyce 
Myers of Lambert, 
class salutatorian, 
offered greetings 
and music was 
presented by the 
CCC Concert 
Choir under the 
director of Kelvin 
Towers. 

Class valedictorian 
Vernita Burnett of 
Jonestown 
introduced the 
speaker. 





With Dr. Vivian Presley, college president, behind the podium, more than 3,000 

fill the Pinnacle for Coahoma Community College's 55th annual 

commencement. 

Dr. Vivian Presley presented special gifts to commencement speaker state Rep. 

John Mayo, a former Clarksdale mayor and former CCC public relations 

director. 

An oversized check for $15,000 from the National Alumni Association is 

presented to Dr. Vivian Presley and the college by Eddie C. Smith (left) 

Director of Alumni Affairs, and Beatta Stewart, National Alumni President. 



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S5.3 million center, a dream' 

becoming reality 7 

Coahoma Dedicates New 

Allied Health Training Center 

"This started as a dream, and has 
Jbecome a reality." Dr. Vivian Presley, 
^president of Coahoma Community 
^College, said Thursday at the 
[dedication of CCC's new $5.3 million 
^Allied Health Training Center. 
{Speaking before dozens of elected 
Jofficials. educators. health care 
^professionals, and community leaders, 
Presley attributed major credit for the 
.facility to the Coahoma County Board 
^f Supervisors who provided the site 
and S3 million for the college's rapidly 
^expanding allied health programs. 
■She said the Practical Nursing School 
began 13 years ago followed by- 
Respiratory Care and the associate 



Nursing Degree programs that were 
housed in different locations. 
"Thanks to the supervisors, we realized 
we had money (with CCC providing 
an additional $2 million) and land," to 
go forward with this center; this is so 
exciting," she said. 
The 26,000 square-foot structure 
located at 901 Ohio near Northwest 
Regional Medical Center houses the 
Associate Nursing Degree (registered 
nursing). Practical Nursing (LPN), 
Respiratory Care, Certified Nursing 
Assistant, Polysomnography, and 
Phlebotomy programs. 
George Walker, chairman of the 
state Board of Community and 
Junior Colleges, called the dedication 
and ribbon-cutting "historic." 
"It is economically important and 
socially important" he continued and 
praised the hospital and the college 




for working together on the project. 
"Coahoma Community College is 
rapidly growing and becoming one of 
the greatest assets in the area and also 
the state of Mississippi," he said. 
Katherine Furr, President of the Board 
of Supervisors, claimed "bragging 
rights" for the board and singled out 
former supervisor Eddie C. Smith for 
his commitment to the center project. 

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Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater 

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In March 1958 a group of young African 
American modern dancers led by Alvin Ailey 
performed at the 92nd Street Young men's 
Hebrew Association in New York. Out of 
that performance The Alvin Ailey American 
Dancer Theater (AAADT) was born. To 
date the AAADT has performed for over 2 1 
million people in forty-eight states, seventy- 
one countries, and six continents, including 
two historic residences in South Africa. 
. "Revelations" was the crowd favorite. 



Ailey said that the cultural heritage of 
African Americans was one of America's 
richest treasures. He characterized it as 
"sometimes sorrowful, sometimes jubilant, 
but always hopeful." "Revelations" uses 
spirituals song-sermons, gospel songs and 
holy blues to explore the places of deepest 
grief and holiest joy in the soul. 

After the performance, students were 
asking questions, "How do they do it?" "Did 
you see those costumes?" "How do they 
make their bodies move like that?" "Have 
you ever seen anything like it before?" 
Needless to say, a good time was had by all! 



Area high schools such a Coahoma 
Agriculture High, Charleston High School, 
Clarksdale High School, Madison Palmer High 
School and West Tallahatchie High School were 
the recipients of the invitations to Alvin Ailey 
American Dance Theater Performance. 

The trip was coordinated by the Coahoma 
Community College Lyceum Committee. 



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Miss Coahoma Community College 
Sharif a Nailah Jones 

2007-2008 

Sharifa is the nineteen year-old daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. Samuel Jones from Shelby, Mississippi. The 
youngest of five children, she is a Speech Language 
Pathology/ Audiology major at Coahoma and plans to one 
day open up her own clinic. In her spare time she enjoys 
reading, writing poetry, dancing, singing, traveling, and 
meeting new people. 



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Mr. Coahoma Community College 
Joe Sargent 
2007-2008 



Joe Sargent is the twenty year-old son of Ms. Gwen 
Sargent of Clarksdale, Mississippi. Joe is an active 
member of the Student Government Association as well as 
a Social Science Education major at Coahoma. Joe 
enjoys singing, traveling, getting involved in the 
community, and spending time with family and friends. 
He hopes to one day become a Social Science professor 
and help others. 



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LaSherica Shaw 
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LaSherica is the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Shaw from 
Pittsboro, Mississippi. She is a 
Business Administration major, 

and also a member of the 

Coahoma Community College 

Lady Tigers basketball and 

Softball teams. Her hobbies 

include singing, dancing, 

listenening to music, playing 

basketball and Softball, and 

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Jessica Bays 

Escort Frisco Levy 

Jessica, the daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Wille Bays, Jr., is a 
native of Clarksdale. She is a 
General Education major who 
spends her time participating in 
many clubs and organizations 

such as English Club, 
Ambassador, SIFE, and Phi 

Theta Kappa. She enjoys 

reading, writing, listening to 

music, hanging out, and being 

with family and friends. 




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Miss CCC Sharifa Jones and Mr. CCC Joe Sargent 
take their first walk together as kind and queen 

I ar left center Toriono Evans (r), Trey Lampkin (c), 

and ( nadwick Carter (1) chill before the coronation. 

Far right center Candice Beamon, Tiffany Cohen. 
Sherell Cohen, and Tandreka Collins, all relax and hang 
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Far right: Lacy Robinson, Stella Hunter and 
Allyscia Beamon of Cleveland stroll to the 
Union while engaged in a deep conversation 
about their graduation in May and their future 
plans. 

After a long day walking back and forth to class 
in the hot sun, these three ladies stopped to rest 
for a nice massage. What can go wrong with a 
massage? 



Mariesha Thompson of Lyon, Brittney Carr of 
Jackson and Dominic Weeks of Ruleville wait 
their turn for a massage. 




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Chiquita Murry of Webb and Keith Johnson of Alligator 

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demonstrates how to enjoy a massage. 
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Life Sttjfe 37 



Some believe that students who live on campus 
perform better academically than those who live off 
campus. Proponents of dorm life give the following 
explanations for their belief. Perhaps it's because 
students living in dorms are closer to the things they 
need, like the library and the computer labs. Or maybe 
it's because the meal plan that comes with most dorms 
takes the pressure off having to forage for food, giving 
students more time to study. Think of all the potential 
study partners that are available! Dorm life for the first 
two years is a good idea. 

Right: Dennis Grove of Doddsville tastes chicken and 

rice. 

Left middle: Clifton Owten of Marks and Lucideuis 

Weatherspoon of Winstonville compare ingredients on 

cereal boxes. 

Right middle: Bethany Montgomery of Grenada keeps 

her bed in check everyday. 







Above left: Ethan Terry of 
Memphis checks messages. 



Above: Ceno Moore of Greenwood talks long 
hours on the phone. 






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Dorm Life 



Top left: Darrell Dixon and Allyscia Clerk- 
Beamon work on Resident Assistants' 
schedules for the up coming week. 

Right: Leroy Banks of Memphis 




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Middle: Tabitha Davis of Clarksdale 
introduces her friend Mandolin Smith to 
David Okunoye of Memphis at the 
Academic Pep Rally. 



Bottom: Racquel Jones of Grenada, 
Kiera Price, Roynesia Turner and Tony 
Barnes of Clarksdale enjoy the 
sunshine. 




These days, much of our free 
time is focused intently on either 
talking on the cell phone, playing 
video games or listening to music 
on the ipod. Excessive time 
wasting takes away our focus on 
the important issue, and that is 
education. 



Education is fun especially when 
you share the learning experience. 
However, as with anything worth 
accomplishing, hard work is the 
key. 

After fulfilling that task and 
you feel good about it, leave that 
treasured feeling to someone else. 



Jason Mitchell and Andrea 
Granberry of Clarksdale encourage 
each other. 

Top photos: 

DeMario Johnson of Clarksdale 

juggles shopping and singing easily. 



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Charlie Wolf 

During the terrorist attacks of 9/1 1 , 1 was 
watching TV when my programming was 
interrupted by news broadcasting. It was the 
World Trade Center attack. 

At first it didn't affect me. Then I learned 
the seriousness of the situation. My thoughts 
ran rapidly. How could someone do that just 
because of a disagreement between nations? I 
had to find answers, but I didn't know where 
to start. So I asked my teachers and did 
research about the World Trade Center. Later, 
I found the importance of it and began to 
educate and help others to realize that as 
Americans we are not alone. We need to care 
for each other, but also be more concerned 



with the welfare of other countries as well. 
The attack forced the United States to 
recognize that they were not so superior. 
Most importantly, the chaos of 9/1 1 
brought the people of America closer 
together. 

Jessie Brown 

I still remember September 1 1 , 2001 
like it was yesterday. I was in the 7th grade 
at Eastwood Jr. High School, sitting in Ms. 
Hilley's classroom. Suddenly Mr. Garvin 
came on the intercom. "Teachers, please 
stop everything now and turn on your 
TV's." I said to myself, "What is going on?" 
When the TV came on, my heart dropped 




like a roller coaster at 
100 mph. I saw 
people crying, jumping 
to their death, and the 
towers on fire. As I 
observed, I begin to 
feel a deep feeling of 
sorrow for the families 
and the victims. Then 
a second plane hit and 
I began to worry 
thinking, "What I can 
do?" My friend and I 
started discussing how 
we were feeling. After a 
couple minutes later a 
plane hit the Pentagon 
and a plane was down 
in Pennsylvania. We 
started praying and 
thanking God that my 
friend's aunt wasn't at 
work that day. As a 
young boy in the 7th 
grade I wanted to join 
the Army and fight the 
terrorists. I could never 
forget the feeling of 
shock that took over 
my body. That was 
the day when the 
world stopped turning. 
That day was 
September 1 1th. 



Kimberly Turner 

On September 1 1 . 200 1 . 1 was sitting in my 
English class while we were celebrating our teacher, 
Mrs. Byrd's birthday. I was in the fifth grade at 
Amanda Elzy High School. We were watching the 
Channel 1 news when our programming was 
interrupted by a newsbreak. It was the World Trade 
Center and the Twin Towers attack. When I first saw 
it. I was too shocked to say anything. I just stared in 
awe. I was afraid for the people in those buildings. 
The people around me were in total shock. Many 
were agonized because they had family members that 
worked in the World Trade Center and the Twin 



Towers. Everybody was sad and crying. Many of my 
classmates were more sad than I was when they 
found out their family members died in those attacks. 
Some consisted of sisters and brothers, aunts and 
uncles, and even grandmothers and grandfathers. My 
teacher, Mrs. Byrd cried in agony because she said it 
was the saddest birthday she ever had because so 
many people died on that day. The rest of the day, 
Mrs. Byrd walked around Amanda Elzy's Campus 
sad and in agony. I felt deep sadness and sorrow for 
the little children, especially for those who lost their 
mothers and fathers on that day. That was all I could 
think about. I hate that that day had to happen. 



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Cosmotology -Why? 

Because people like to look good. It takes a 

special kind of person who likes helping 

people look their best. 

Women might cut their hair for many 

different reasons. Some just need a change. 

Some women must have that controlled 
feeling. Women treasure their hair. The 
feeling of cutting the hair is empowering 
and exhilarating. 

Observing Cosmotology student cut a 
client's hair is Instructor Shirley Hicks. 



Men want to look good too. They want 
that well groomed look like a model that 
just stepped out of Vogue for Men. 
Students: 

Estella Hunter of Cleveland in the chair and 
stylist Jewel Jones of Clarksdale. 




Cheerleaders Jocelyn Bays and Delores 
Harris of Clarksdale compare notes on 
several upcoming tests. 



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If we pace ourselves, we can 

have more time for each other. 

Right now, class work comes 

first. 

Left: David Okunoye of 

Memphis and Judy Shanks of 

Mound Bayou 




Left: Watching the choir perform 
during the Academic Pep Rally are 
Patrice Johnson of Vicksburg, 
Margaret Harris of Clarksdale and 
Bethany Montgomery of Grenada. 
Bottom: Ja'Michael Arnold of 
Clarksdale lines Anthony Badger 
of Friars Point to perfection. 




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Biology Lab 

At a microscopic level, we 
are all composed of cells. If you 
want to understand how your 
body works, you need to 
understand cells. Everything 
from reproduction to infections 
to repairing a broken bone 
happens down at the cellular 
level. If you want to understand 
new frontiers like biotechnology 
and genetic engineering, you 
need to understand cells as well. 



Left: Candace Fischer of 
Clarksdale, Lew Inman of 
Leland and Mr. Adrian Allen, 
Instructor 

Middle: Britney Jackson of 
Greenville Chiquita Whaley of 
Grenada, Shena Moore of 
Friars Point and Tawana 
Robinson of Shaw 
Bottom left: Dominque Thomas 
and Latoya Brown of Clarksdale 
Middle bottom: Jushunta 
Stephens of Lyon and J.C. 
Wheeler of Lambert 




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Hard work determines an "A 
or a "D", according to Elizabeth 
Spearman, Natasha Phillips and 
Torania Dixon of Clarksdale as 
they work on Computer 
Application assignments. 
Computer Application places 




emphasis on problem-solving and 
practical business applications 
using computers. 

Combining classroom theory 
with hands-on computer 
experience, the program paves the 
way to a better future. 



Botton left: Making an Italian 
dish for Introduction to 
Sociology are Jasmine Kerr, 
Rosalind Rodgers, JuShuntia 
Stephens, Sherry Lampkin, 
Crystal Gooden, Lawrence 
Johnson and Danyella Pam. 





Left: Blow that Sax! Melvin Broom of 
Clarksdale 



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Right: Joharrison Rockett, Algebra instructor tutors 
students on first come, first serve basis. 
Melanie Shelton and Christine Johnson of Clarksdale and 
Jaren Brady of Greenville. 

Below: Getting admissions assistance from Saundra 
Grayson is Deidra Stokes of Detroit. 

Middle right: Learning text messaging are Jennifer 
McClinton of Glendora, Dennis Grove of Ruleville, 
Andrea Owens of Tutwiler and Dominque Weeks of 
Ruleville. 





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Many people who 
listen to the CCC choir 
comment on how each 
section sounds like one 
voice. This is not by 
accident, or good luck, 
but is a tribute to the 
work the director puts 
in on fine-tuning the 
choir. 

Right: 

James Gooden, Justin 
Dishman, Jestin 
Dishman, Bradford 
Wilson of Jackson, 
Fredrick Nettles of 
Carthage and Justen 
Johnson of Clarksdale 



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Left middle: Lopez Richardson of Clarksdale is looking 
for a hole in one. (This is not golf.) 

Middle right: Andrea Owens of and W.L. Wilkins of 
Clarksdale listen to Robert Rockett, English Instructor. 




Computer skills are so 
important to the world 
today. Technology 
changes at a lightning 
pace, and students 
without the necessary 
skills are soon as 
obsolete as the original 
equipment they learned 
on. 

Left: Clarence Evans of 
Chicago uses his 
computer skills 
everyday working on 
class assignments. 



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A^oftf^ and <Seten.ee 



On September 27, 
2007, Dr. Marcus 
Reeves lectured to all 
of the mathematics 
and science students. 
Dr. Reeves grew up in 
Quitman County and 
went to M.S. Palmer 
High School. Then, 
he attended 
Coahoma 

Community College 
right after he 
graduated from high 
school to earn his 
Associate's Degree. 
Dr. Reeves's theme 
was ATM -Applying, 
Transitioning, and 
Mentoring. Dr. 
Reeves talked about 



going home, studying, and getting all of the 
knowledge that you need to excel in class. 
He said, "You are going to make and lose 
friends, and don't be afraid to leave home." 
He also stated that you don't want to be 
like many adults who regret not staying in 
school and getting their education. 
Treasure your education and it will see you 
through life as an adult. Professionalism is 
another aspect Dr. Reeves covered. 
Whenever you have a job interview, it is 
best to wear your Sunday clothes because 
everyone gets an impression of you by the 
way you dress. Dr. Reeves's closing 
statement was, "By staying committed, and 
constantly challenging yourself while in 
school, it will all pay off in the long run." 

By Math Student 
Edward Seals, Jr. 



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Divorce Court' s Judge Mablean 
wows 4.000 



Celebrity Speaker Mobbed By Autograph Seekers 

With applause continually interrupting her 
charismatic address, national television's Judge 
Mablean Ephriam of 'Divorce Court' fame, 
ordered an audience of 4,000 to "free yourself 
from the shackles of low esteem or no esteem, 
and set your mind free." 

After speaking at Coahoma Community College 
Wednesday, Judge Mablean was mobbed by 
autograph seekers streaming on stage until the 
celebrity speaker's authoritative voice 
commanded them to form orderly lines on the 
Pinnacle floor. 

"If you can believe it, you can achieve it; it starts 
with your mind," said the Los Angeles attorney 
whose parents picked cotton in Hazlehurst, 
Miss., before moving their family of 10 children 
to an inner city ghetto in California. 
"With true faith, all things are possible; there is 
nothing you cannot accomplish," said the speaker 



who never faltered from her eighth grade goal to 

become a lawyer. 

To making excuses like "But I'm too poor" - "I live in 

the Delta - not born on the right side of the tracks," 'I'm 

too fat, "I'm not at the right college," - you say, "But I 

can; I can do all things," she said. 

"You did not choose your parents - this is your life, and 

you decide how you're going to live the rest of your 

life," she continued. 

"You decide what you will be - if you'll be in jail or run 

the jail," she said. "It's all up to you; you are in charge of 

your destiny, and it's your time to turn the tide to make 

America a better place." 

She said, "God pays dividends on his loans," when 

individuals adopt lofty goals such as working for health 

care for all Americans not just the rich and famous, 

saving lives, eradicating the distribution of drugs. 

"You will not play politics and the game of greed and 

money," she commanded. 

The speaker told students they will find role models to 

push them forward. 

"Look at me," she said. "He gave you me as an example; 

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if God did it for me, he can do it for you," she said citing 

her background as the ninth of 1 children. 

Growing up in a ghetto, she said she realized she needed 

to make good grades to get college scholarships. 

"I was laughed at, teased for being too smart, with short 

hair, and a big nose. I was not popular; I had no 

boyfriends, but you need to decide what you want to do 

with your life, and encourage yourself." 

"When you look back, (if your life doesn't work out the 

way you want it) don't blame your mama, blame yourself; 

you are in control of your destiny." 

Judge Mablean earned scholarships for undergraduate 

school and four years of college where she attended classes 

at night, worked during the day, and supported her 

husband and three children. 

She established her own law office that she operated for 

20 years before her television career. 

Concluding her address, Judge Mablean encouraged 

students not only to dream, but also to "put some action 

behind your dreams and push your way." 

"You can never be afraid of anyone; fear no human being, 

and never give up on your dreams," she said. 

The address was the first in CCC's Lyceum enrichment 

series. By Panny Mayfield, PR 




Somewhere somebody 
said, "a female's place is in the 
home." That might have been 
true years ago. Today's 
female can perform any task 
as well as a male or better. 
Females have earned the right 
to any job. If a need arises for 
a building contractor, hire a 
female. She can do the job. 



Students find that drawing blue prints on the 
computer is much faster than drawing by hand. 



Pictured: James Binder of Ruleville, 
Kendrick Browell. Mont Collins of 
Clarksdale. Raquel Jones of Grenada, 
Justin Mitchell of Clarksdale and 
Terrence Hutton of Dundee 




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Homecoming at 
Coahoma is an annual 
college event. A week 
long fun filled pack of 
activities is the main 
course of celebrations. 



Bottom left: Computer 
Services display won first 
place in the display 
competition. 
Top photo: Library 
Services won third place 
Middle right: 
Admissions and Records 
won second place 



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Bottom right: Student from 
Coahoma Agricultural High 
School, Vinettria Johnson, 
participates in Coahoma 
Community College 
Homecoming festivities. 



Top left corner. Bethany Mongomery of Grenada leads the Coahoma Communiy 
College's Choir in a song during The Gospel Fest held during Homecoming Week. 
Bethany surely has a way with the crowd! Many people throughout the school 
really did not know that Coahoma Community College's Choir had talent until they 
performed in the Gospel Fest. 

Bottom: Four students show their creativity by building a booth for homecoming 
activities. Tabitha Robinson, Cathy Quinn, Margaret Harris, and Justin Dishman. 



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October 

National Brest Cancer 

Awareness Month 



Anyone can get breast 
cancer. Did you know... 

* The older a woman is 
the more likely she is to 
get breast cancer? 

* White women are more 
likely to get breast cancer 
than women of any other 
racial or ethnic group? 
They have a better 
chance of survival 
because it is usually 



detected earlier. 

* African American 
women are more likely to 
die from breast cancer 
than white women? 

* Men get breast cancer, 
too, although it is rare? 

* In 2007, it is estimated 
that men will account for 
2,030 cases of breast 
cancer? 






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The Annual Breast Cancer 
Awareness walk was held during 
Homecoming Week. Many teachers, 
students and community partners 
participated in the walk. 

The balmy day was perfect for a 
walk. 



Fact: 

In 2007, the American Cancer 
society estimated 12,470 new cases 
of cancer in Mississippi. 







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Get on the floor! 

"Let me see you walk it out" 

2 step with D J UNK and Rick 

Ross 



Right: All smiles! Miss CCC Sharifa Jones of Shelby, DJ UNK, 
Jessica Bays of Clarksdale and LaSherica Shaw of Pittsboro 



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Bonfire 






On the windy 1 9th night of 
October, the Tigers did one more 
activity before concluding 
homecoming week. With the big 
game the following afternoon, 
several teachers and students 
decided to chill out at the exciting 
and explosive Bonfire and 
Firework Show. Top right corner 
Jocelyn Bays, Tavaris Jefferies, 
Whitney Patrick, Britney Smith, 
Tyrell Spearman, Kimberly 
Turner, Jalessa Green and Paul 
Williams. 
Left: Tina Watson 
Middle right: Getting the fire HOT 
is Eugene Brown. 
Bottom: Serving the Bonfire food 
is Athletic Director Freeman 
Horton. Getting ready to eat are 
Emmanuel Williams, Xavier 
Jones and Allison Michael 



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Parade 




Students, teachers, and fans gathered to enjoy the 
Tiger Homecoming Parade hours before the game 
was scheduled to begin. Top center: CCC 
royalties Sherifa Jones and Joe Sargent, Ms. and 
Mr. CCC, wave to the crowd along with Dr. 
Vivian Presley. Top left: Ms. Sophomore Sheena 
Moore and Ms. Freshman Latori Carr . While the 
Tiger Marching Band entertains the large crowd of 
spectators, the Coahoma Tiger (bottom left) shows 
love to the adoring fans. 



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Miller 
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Sharing her fears with an 
onlooker is Arlicia Jurnett of 
Cleveland about climbing the big 
rock. Arlicia and a friend go for it 
anyway at middle right. 




Above is the theme for Homecoming 2007. Every 
activity was conducted in a really big way. Students 
used cell phones. Auctavia Gardner invites friends to 
come and celebrate Homecoming. The biggest high 
rider on campus was the giant rock wall. You had to 
have sure footing to rock climb. 



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The Black-Out 
Party 

Halloween Night 



Halloween parties are always fun especially 
when costumes are worn. The masked bandit is 
Stedman Williams of Rosedale. 



Top left: Black was the attire as you can see by 
Stephanie Willis of Tacoma, WA and Latrena 
Moore of Benoit. 



Bottom right: Fabian McPherson of 
Greenville and Paul McKinest of Hattiesburg 
participate in the can food drive during the 
party. 




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Education is the key to attaining goals. If one wishes 
to reduce poverty and inequality, this is the path to follow 
for sustaining economic growth. We must integrate all 
facets of education to achieve goals. 
Right: Business Calculus - Tawana Robinson from 
Shaw, Jonathan Calvin from Clarksdale, Christopher 
Harris from Memphis, James Gooden, Brittany Pace 
from Clarksdale and Natoshia Williams from Ruleville 

Middle right: In deep conversation with Algebra 
Instructor, Joharrison Rockett are Jeffrey Ewings from 
Jonestown and Lateshia Victory from Marks. 



Above: Clutch-Time in the library. 

Middle right: Microbiology - Rosdalyn Wallace from 

Clarksdale, Kim Watson from Crowder, JuShuntia Stephens 

from Lyon, Ilene Roach, Seltonia Andrews from Clarksdale, 

Sherikee Grim from Shelby and Carolyn Fowler from 

Clarksdale 

Bottom left: Chemistry Lab - Ara Gamble from Clarksdale, 

Iesha Johnson from Cleveland, Bhama Sridharan, 

Instructor, Raymond Shark from Leland, Joseph Scruggs, 

Kelvin Sanders of Clarksdale 





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Bottom right: Computer Programming - Krystal Keaton from 
Cleveland, Marcus Baker from Shelby, Joseph Dycus from Cleveland, 
Jeremy Pittman, Instructor and Marquesha Lewis from Beulah 



Lyceum Sponsors Gospel Superstars 

The Williams Brothers 

The Williams Brothers made a 
return visit to Coahoma Community 
College for the annual Harvest Festival 
Concert on November 1 1 , 2007. 
Awards and Grammy nominations are 
career signatures of this group. 

When the superstars performed in 
November 2006, gospel fans catapulted 



Jones, the Jackson Southernaires, and the Williams Brothers. 

His brother, Melvin Williams, is the author of "This is Your Night" 
that won a 1 99 1 Stella Award and nomination for a Grammy. He is the 
recipient of the Traditional Male Vocalist of the Year award and 
Traditional Album of the Year. 

The Rev. Jesse Jackson says, "The Williams Brothers have carved 















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from their seats into a standing chorus chanting lyrics 
from the group's hits: "Still Here" and "Cooling 
Waters." 

In pre-concert conversations, the triple Grammy 
nominees talked about their admiration for 
Clarksdale's musical heritage and their special respect 
for virtuoso gospel and crossover singer Sam Cooke. 
Labeling Cooke a tremendous influence in his career, 
Doug Williams, said. "Listening to him taught me a 
lot." 

The Williams Brothers, who have performed in 
Carnegie Hall, Madison Square Gardens, Disneyland, 
Radio City Music Hall, the Apollo Theatre, and the 
Grand Ole Opry, have participated in 1 8 Top Ten 
albums on the Billboard and Cashbox charts. They are 
credited with three No. One records, and three 
Grammy nominations. 

At the age of five, Doug Williams began 
performing and since then, he has written and 
produced hits for the Mighty Clouds of Joy, Bobby 



out of the mountain of despair, an island of hope." 
Bobby Jones, CNN gospel host and producer, says, 

"The Williams Brothers have made a tremendous 

contribution not only to the gospel music industry, but 

to the world music industry as well. 

"They are leaders in this great army for the Lord. 

The legacy of the Williams Brothers will live 

throughout their lifetimes and for future generations." 
Opening for the Williams Brothers were the Texas 

Boyz from Dallas, TX. 

By Panny Mayfield, PR 




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Jocelyn Bays 

Jocelyn Bays. 19. of Clarksdale is named 
Miss Homecoming 200" at Coahoma 
( ommunitv ( ollege. 

She was crowned by CCC President Dr 
Vivian Presley at halftime during the 
football game with Northeast Community 
College. 

I he daughter of the Rev Willie Bays and 
Saith Bays of Clarksdale. the new Miss 
Homecoming is majoring in athletic 
training She is a cheerleader, vice president 
of the Student Government Association 
(SGA). and is a member of St. James 
Temple Church of God in Christ. 

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STUDENT AMBASSADORS 



Coahoma Community College Ambassadors 
consist of the top students at Coahoma who 
exemplify high moral character, excellent 
leadership ability, and a profound work ethic. 
Each year the student Ambassadors at Coahoma 
Community College are chosen by head of 
admissions, Mrs. Wanda Holmes, to carry out 
specific duties on and off campus from 
volunteering in the admissions office, being 
called upon to usher at important events, and 
volunteering for service to the community. 

Student Ambassadors represent Coahoma 
well wherever they go. They must maintain a 3.0 
GPA at the end of the semester and still 
maintain an honest character that reflects upon 
who they are in their duties as student at 



Coahoma. They also serve as role models for 
other students. Their goal is to increase 
awareness about the educational opportunities 
at Coahoma by exhibiting dedication, 
leadership, and most importantly hard work. 

Second row: Shane Hardmon and Darrell Dixon 
ofClarksdale 

First row: Saint Ranson,Wendolyn Stevens, 
LaChasity Brown, Matthew Harris, Jessica Bays, 
JuShuntia Stephens ofClarksdale, Sharifa Jones 
of Shelby, Delores Harris and Edward Seals of 
Clarksdale 



President 

JuShuntia Stephens 
Vice President 

Matthew Harris 
Secretary 

Delores Harris 



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SkillsUSA is a national, nonprofit 
organization that is made up of students, 
teachers, and industry. This organization serves 
high school and college students who are enrolled 
in programs preparing them for technical, skilled 
and service careers. SkillsUSA adds to students' 
technical training by teaching them leadership 
skills, teamwork, citizenship and character 
development all things that go into shaping 
responsible, reliable employees who will one day 
become leaders in our workplace. SkillsUSA is 
endorsed by the U.S. and state departments of 
education and is cited in federal legislation as an 
integral part of the technical curriculum. 

SkillsUSA 's mission is to help its members 
become world-class workers and responsible 
American citizens. The official attire is always 
worn. 

Our SkillsUSA officers participate in all 
school activities on campus. Some of the 
activities are Homecoming events, WISCT 
(Women in Science. Contruction and 
Technology) Conference. Career Technical Open 



House, and High School Day. 

These SkillsUSA students were hostesses for 
the Gospel Fest. Their responsibilities were to 
greet and seat the guest choirs that were to 
perform. 

First row: Jalessa Green of Hazelhurst 

Second row: Rita Hughes and Toyneisha 

Marbley of Clarksdale 

Third row: Debris Rich, Shelia Sanders, 

Adviser & Antonio Bullock, Mr. Skills USA 

Repersentive of Clarksdale 

Fourth row: LaQuita Davis, Secretary of 

Clarksdale, Larry Wiley of Jonestown & 

Anthony Dampier of Clarksdale 

Vice President 

Jaleesa Green 

Treasurer 

Toyneisha Marbley 

Parlimentarian 

Larry Wiley 

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Right: English Club members 

Edward Seals, Saint Rason, Jessica Bays, 

Henry Washington of Clarksdale, Mariesha 

Thompson of Lyon, Lopaz Richardson, 

Andrea Granberry and Jason Mitchell of 

Clarksdale 

Far right: Students and faculty line up for the 
great Kwanzaa fest. 

President 

Jessica Bays 
Treasurer 

Henry Washington 



The English Club is a club for 
students who share an interest in 
reading and language, as well as a 
love of literature, humanities, and 
the fine arts. All English majors are 
encouraged to join. Membership is 
open for students of all majors. 

In the spring semester of 2007, 
the English Club helped to host 
Coahoma's annual Black History 
program in February. In April, a 
poetry contest was held in which 
students submitted their best 
written work. Cash prizes were 
given to those students who were 
chosen to first, second, and third 
place winners. 

In the fall semester of 2007, the 
English Club hosted an Open Mic 
Night in Georgia Lewis Theater, 
upon which students expressed 
themselves through either poem 
rap, or song. The Open Mic Night 
was a success as certificates were 

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awarded to all participants, and 
cash prizes to first, second, and 
third place, as determined by the 
audience. 

Before the fall semester came 
to a close, the English Club 
again hosted a pre-Kwanzaa 
celebration program which was 
open to all faculty members and 
students at Coahoma. Kwanzaa, 
which means "first fruits of the 
harvest" is an Afrocentric 
centered institution that is 
celebrated by Black people. It 
was created in 1966 by M. Ron 
Karengaa. There are seven days 
of Kwanzaa lasting from 
December 26th- January 1 st. 
Each day focuses on a specific 
principle that serves as a means 
for Black people to reaffirm 
their commitment to 
themselves, their families, their 
community, and the black 




struggle for equality. 

The goal of the English Club is to promote 
to students at Coahoma the impact that 



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people's lives. While going on fun educational field 
trips and finding ways to improve the literacy 



systems in schools from surrounding areas by reading to 
small children, the English Club strives to promote its 
purpose... one student at a time. 

By Jessica Bays 



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Left: 

First row: Candice Hunter of Lambert, 

LaMarcus Wiggins of Gunnison and Allyscia 

Clerk-Beamon of Cleveland 

Second row: James Ranson and Joe Sargent 

ofClarksdale 



RESIDENT ASSISTANTS 



The Coahoma Community College 
Housing Department employs Resident 
Assistants to aid the students in adjusting to 
student life on campus. In a pre-conference 
training Resident Assistants are trained to 
combat the obstacles that come along with life 
in the residence halls. Resident Assistants aid 
potential students who come to spend the night 



at the school to get a taste of campus life. The 
Resident Assistants, known as RA's, also 
administer student surveys, host programs, 
meetings, and provide counseling to residents. 

By Darrell Dixon 



Right: 

First row: Rosdalyn Wallace of 

Clarksdale, Sharifa Jones of 

Shelby and Estella Hunter of 

Cleveland 

Second row: Darrell Dixon, 

Lawrence Horton, Marvin 

Pittman and Corderro Price of 

Clarksdale 




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MATH 
& 
q SCIENCE 
CLUB 



Seated: Bhama Sridharan, Adviser, Delores Harris, Marche' Harris, and 
JuShuntia Stephens of Clarksdale 

Standing: Patricia Furdge, Chairperson and Adviser, Kenyetta Cleark, Paul 
Williams of Hattiesburg, LaChasity Brown of Clarksdale, Joharrison Rockett, 
Adviser. Dominic Weeks of Ruleville, Adrian Allen, Adviser, Angela Reynolds, 
Adviser. Edward Seals of Clarksdale, Annette Sykes, Administrative Assistant, 
and Lekisha Pace of Clarksdale 



The 2007-2008 school year has been very 
exciting for the Math and Science Symposium. 

The newly elected Mr. and Miss Math and 
Science Symposium. Robert Crockett and Marche' 
Harris were eager to show their school spirit by 
participating in designing this year's Homecoming 
float, which won third place. 

During the semester The Math and Science 
Symposium participated in National Chemistry 
Week and students were able to have science 
related presentations. 



In November a Pot Luck was held as an 
opportunity for the organization to fellowship with 
fellow students and staff. 

During the December holidays, the Math and 
Science Symposium collected canned goods from 
the student body and donated them to the 
Clarksdale Care Station. 

The Math and Science students are always 
eager to assist fellow students. Students who need 
extra help may contact any adviser and assistance 
will be arranged. 

By Kenyatta Cleark 



President 

Kenyatta Cleark 

Vice President 

Edward Seals 

Secretary 

Partice Johnson 

Treasurer 

Tasheena Galmore 



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President 

Darrell Dixon 

Vice President 

Jocelyn Bays 

Secretary 

Kimberly Turner 

Parliamen tarian, 

Joe Sargent 

Sargen t- at- A rms 

Corderro Price 

Reporter 

Sharifa Jones 

Public Information 

Officer 

Bryant Meeks 

Activity Co-Chair 

James Ranson 




Top left: Darrell Dixon of Clarksdale 

Front row: Jocelyn Bays of Clarksdale, Tasheena Galmore of Jonestown, Sharifa Jones of 

Shelby, Kimberly Turner of Durant 

Second row: James Ranson, Bryant Meeks, Joe Sargent and Corderro Price of Clarksdale 



Student Government 

Association 

Executive Office 

The Executive Branch is 
responsible for carrying out the 
will and interest of the student 
body and the Office of the 
Student Leadership Council. 
The Executive Officers are 
elected and appointed to be the 
chief representatives of the 
students and serve at the will of 
the student body. The Student 
Government Association has 
served the student population 
by surveying the students, 
representing their interests to the 
administration, sponsoring 
events such as Homecoming, 
and initiating community 
service to aid the community. 



Student Senate 

The Student Senate of 
Coahoma Community College 
is the legislative body of the 
Student Government 
Association. The Student Senate 
is comprised of Executive 
Officers of the Student 
Government Association, 
Heads of Campus Clubs and 
Organizations, and also Class 
Presidents and/or 
Representatives. 

As the legislative authority 
of the student government, the 
Student Senate is charged with 
being the "voice" of the students 
regarding policies and 
procedures concerning students. 
In monthly meetings, open to 
the public, the Senate governs 



the structure and function of the student 
government. The Presiding Officer of the 
Student Senate is the SGA Vice President. 

By Darrell Dixon 




Student Leadership Council 
First row: LaChasity Brown, Delores Harris of 
Clarksdale and Ashley Robinson of Mound 
Bayou 

Standing: Matthew Harris of Clarksdale 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT 
ASSOCIATION 



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STUDENTS IN FREE 
ENTERPRISE 




First row: Joey Hunter, Darrell Dixon, Jocelyn Bays, Delores Harris, Edward Seals of Clarksdale 

Second row: LakedrickReedofRosedale, Melvin Broom Third row: Deborah Carter, Adviser, Alexander 

Greenleaf of Clarksdale Fourth row: Emmanuel Williams, Matthew Harris of Clarksdale 



SIFE Team 

The SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise) team is led by 
faculty advisor, Ms. Deborah Carter, and they are 
challenged to develop community outreach projects 
that reach SIFE's five educational topics: Market 
Economics. Success Skills, Entrepreneurship, 
Financial Literacy, and Business Ethics. 

The SIFE club serves the five county district area of 
Coahoma Community College by implementing 
programs that create real economic opportunities for 



members of the communities. 

Every day, out of their own Initiative, SIFE students 
make a difference in their community by helping 
people develop a better understanding of how our 
free enterprise system works and how to use this 
information to empower themselves and achieve new 
successes. 

By Darrell Dixon 



President 

Joey Hunter 

Vice President 

James Goo den 



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The Epicurean Society is an 

organization created to spotlight the art of fine dining, 
luxury living and culture. From trips to cities both 
domestic and abroad, the Epicurean Society has offered 
the students of Coahoma Community College's 
Department of Culinary Arts the opportunity to dine in 
the finest restaurants, tour the most elaborate kitchens, 
learn from the best chefs and view some of the world's 
most treasured art. Visits to Memphis, Atlanta and 
Chicago offered students a chance to experience 
traditional Ethiopian, Asian, French, Thai, Italian, and 
Greek cuisines as well as participate in cooking 
demostrations hosted by celebrity chef Paula Deen and 
the reknowned staff of the Sur La Table Culinary 
Institute. Surin of Thailand, The Greek Isles 



Restaurant, La Madeline French Bistro, The Walter 
Peyton Roundhouse, Tuscany, The Signature Room at 
the 95, Ras Dashen and the Sundail restaurants 
provided the perfect ambience for a refined yet relaxed 
dining experience. The Museum of Science and 
Industry, the Martin Luther King Center for Non- 
Violent Social Change, and DuSable Museum of 
African American Art were must sees and sparked an 
interest in both art and history. Keeping in line with 
the organization's mission to experience luxury living, 
Epicureans basked in the lap of luxury with stays at the 
Drake, Westin, and Doubletree hotels. In early March 
2008, The Epicurean society is set to voyage to Paris, 
France, the birthplace of modern cookery to experience 
a true international culinary and cultural experience. 
Bon Voyage! 




First row: Delores Rich, Wykeshia Webster of Clarksdale, Jaleesa Green of Hazelhurst, Byron Reddick of 

Friars Point, and LaTonya Robinson of Clarksdale 

Second row: Vyonna Davis of Batesville, Auctavia Gardner of Duncan, Pauline White of Lyon, Marius Fair, 

Antonio Bullock, Rita Hughes of Clarksdale, Larry Wiley of Jonestown, Joann Hoskins of Webb, and 

Chef Robert Rhymes, Instructor 

Third row: Larry Hoy, Alexis Henderson of Clarksdale, Donald Thomas of Coahoma, Anthony Dampier, 

Andrea Dixon, and Toyneshia Marbley of Clarksdale 



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President 

Pauline White 
Vice President 
Larry Wiley 
Treasurer 

Donald Thomas 



Secretary 

Joann Hoskins 
Assistant Secretary 

Wykeshia Webster 

Historian 

Rita Hughes 




First row: Bobbie DeShazer, Adivser, Umeka Speed of Friars Point, Shenika King of Shelby and Kenisha Rice of 

Jonestown. Kimberly Hollins, Adviser 

Second row: Teresa Johnson of Clarksdale, Donisha Rice of Jonestown, Tonya Thomas of Clarksdale, Tovet 

Tucker of Winstonville and Jessica Lewis 

Third row: Man- Stewart. Felicia Kimmons of Clarksdale, Sade Davis, Amory Hudson of Shelby, Kai Hoyt of 

Cleveland. LaShunda Hodges. Krystal Fields. Kassico Horton of Clarksdale 



PHI BETA LAMBDA 

^1 dLJ is a business organization designed to 
prepare the student for success as leaders in business, 
government, and the community. The mission is to 
bring business and education together in a positive 
working relationship through innovative leadership 
and career development programs. PBL carries out 
its mission by raising funds for the March of Dimes, 
sponsoring food drives for the needy, participating in 
school and community related activities, and 
competing in state competition. 



President 

Kathleen Walker 
Vice President 
Tovet Tucker 
Secretary 
Jessica Lewis 
Assistant Secretary 
Tonya Thomas 



Treasurer 

Lashunda Hodges (Ms. PBL) 

Reporter 

Tamika Baines 

Parliamen tarian 

Demetria Sharp 

Chaplain 

Kimberly Suggs 




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First row: Tasheena Galmore of Jonestown, Jessica Bays of 
Clarksdale, and Sharifa Jones of Shelby 
Second row: Edward Seals, Matthew Harris of Clarksdale 
and Thaddeus Mvles of Dundee 



The Coahoma Tribune 

the official newspaper published by the students 
under the direction of a faculty member. The 
newspaper is scheduled to be published twice a 
year. The Coahoma Tribune places emphasis 
on news of interest to students, faculty and 
alumni. 

Editor 

Jessica Bays 

Co- Editor 

Sharifa Jones 

Writers 

Tasheena Galmore 

Matthew Harris, Jr. 

Thaddeus Myles 

Edward Seals, Jr 

Adviser 
LaShasa Griffin 

~W\l ISetto l—onnbeio / CooJv>mon I tribune. 



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CCC Choir 

First row: Kimberly Suggs, 
Tyretha Downing of Jonestown, 
Ashley Norman of Mound 
Bayou, Janitay Ewing, 
Marshenna Mays of Jonestown, 
Robert Nelson of Clarksdale, 
Bradford Wilson of Jackson, 
Kelvin Towers, Choir Director, 
Fredderick Nettles of Carthage, 
Annricka Neal, Lannette Sykes, 
Sharicka Bedford of Jonestown, 
and Ruby Butler of Coahoma 
Second row: Christine Johnson, 
of Clarksdale, Shaneka Johnson, 
Paris Hudson, of Jonetown, 
Cathy Quinn of Clarksdale, 

Tara Maxon of New Orleans, Keith Ellerson, Justen Johnson of Clarksdale, T'Eric Bailey of Jonestown, Booker T. 
Johnson of Coahoma, Charlie Sykes of Jonestown, Kenya Polite of Clarksdale, Bethany Montgomery of Grenada, 
Amber Jones, and Jaswita Mitchell of Jonestown 
Third row: Kevin Robinson, Jestin Dishman, DeMario Johnson, Justin Dishman of Clarksdale 




The Coahoma Community College and AHS choral 
Music Department, under the Direction of Mr. Kelvin 
Towers, is one of Mississippi's most renowned choirs. 
The choral music department achieves much local, 
statewide and national acclaim as they continue to 
astonish audiences with handclapping, foot stomping, 
and other electrifying music for the soul. This 
multifaceted organization consists of the Gospel Choir, 
Concert Choir and the Tiger-vicious Show Choir. The 
Gospel Connection serves as a great ambassador for the 
college within the religious sector. This includes the 
traditional gospel songs, which have shown many 
audiences a hallelujah good time. The Concert Choir's 
repertoire consists of exciting non-traditional spirituals 
that are just astounding. The Tiger-vicious Show choir 
involves choreographed dancing directed by La' Keidra 
Smith. This choreography showcases the students' 
many talents. The choir performs at special events on 
campus and in the surrounding communities. One of 



the highlights for this fall was the choir's Christmas 
Concert. The concert is held annually, and the choir 
performs melodious songs of the season. 

New routines are choreographed for the show choir to 
perform as they tour different cities. Some of the places 
they have toured are Atlanta, Georgia; Orlando, 
Florida; San Antonio and Houston, Texas; the 
Mississippi Gulf Coast; Kosciusko, Mississippi and the 
most recently Washington, D.C. where they performed 
for the National Black Caucus. Some other noteworthy 
performances include appearances on special programs 
that featured celebrities such as Judge Greg Mathis, 
Tonea Stewart and gospel host Merdean Fielding Gales. 
This is one dedicated and hard working organization! 

By Booker Johnson 



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Jessica Bays 

Clarksdale. Coahoma County 
General Education Major 

Jessica is a CCC student 
Ambassador. President of 
the English Club, secretary of 
Phi Theta Kappa, a member 
of SIFE. Editor in Chief of 
the Coahoma Tribune, and 
a staff writer for the 
Coahoman Yearbook. She 
plans to receive a Bachelor 
of Arts degree in Mass 
Communication with a 
concentration in Broadcast 
Journalism and minor in 
English or Political Science. 




Darrell Dixon 

Clarksdale. Coahoma County 
Political Science Major 

Darrell is President of SGA, 
Student Ambassador, 
Resident Assistant. 
Ordained Minister and a 
member of SIFE. COGIC 
Club, and Phi Theta Kappa 
Honor Society. He plans to 
enter law school and become 
a successful lawyer. 
Darrell plays many musical 
instruments: one in 
particular is the trombone 
with the Northern 
Mississippi Jurisdictional 
Orchestra. 




Jonathan Calvin 

Clarksdale. Coahoma County 
Accounting Major 

Jonathan plans to establish 
an accounting firm, as well 
as own and develop a local 
business. He intends to 
bring it back to his 
community to help 
Coahoma County grow 
financially. His aim is to 
always abide by the business 
code of ethics and to be a 
fair and honest businessman. 
He is the pianist and youth 
leader for his church. 




Annie Hines 

Clarksdale, Coahoma County 

Accounting & Office System 

Technology Major 

Annie is a member of Phi 
Theta Kappa and Phi Beta 
Lambda. She is a 
200 7 Academic Excellence 
Award winner and was 
nominated Student of the 
Year 2006-2007. She plans 
to become an administrative 
assistant. Annie is also 
Director of Youth Ministries 
and assistant secretary for 
her church. 




Kenyatta Cleark 

Jackson, Hinds County 
Chemistry Major 

Kenyatta is a member of the 
Math/Science Symposium 
and Phi Theta Kappa. She 
serves as president. She is a 
volunteer tutor and 
H.E.A.D.W.A.E. Honoree. 
Kenyatta is putting to use 
the resources CCC has in 
preperation for a 
Obstetrician/Gynecologist 
career. She plans to create 
an organization that will 
provides health services to 
underprivileged women. 




Dorothy Rena Maxon 

New Orleans, LA, Orleans Parrish 

Social Science Major 
Dorothy has a passion for 
the Social Sciences, she is 
also as an avid reader of 
books. She is a member of 
the Social Science Club and 
past member of the 
Technical Honor Society! 
After graduating from 
Coahoma Community 
College, Dorothy will further 
her education in New 
Orleans, LA by attending 
Our Lady of Holy Cross 
College to obtain a Bachelor 
of Science in Social Science. 



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Sharifa Jones 

Shelby, Bolivar County 
Speech Pathology Major 

Sharifa is Miss Coahoma 
Community College 2007- 
2008 and a CCC Student 
Ambassador. She is a 
member of Phi Theta Kappa 
Honor Society, SGA, CCC 
Cheerleader Squad, Resident 
Assistant Committee, English 
Club and Social Science Club. 




Jeremy Lee Stephens 

Clarksdale, Coahoma County 
Dual Major - Computer 
Servicing Technology and 
Computer Information 
Systems Management 
Information Systems 
Jeremy received his Eagle 
Scout Award in 2005 and 
Entergy Scholarship Award in 
2006. Recently, he was 
inducted into the National 
Technical Honor Society. He 
plans to use his education to 
become a productive citizen 
and give back to his 
community. 



Whitney Patrick 

Chicago, Cook County 
Psychology Major 

Whitney is a cheerleader, an 
active member of the Coahoma 
Community College's gospel 
choir, show choir, and concert 
choir. She served as a layout 
typist for the 2006 Coahoman 
Yearbook. Whitney plans to 
attend Roosevelt University in 
Chicago to receive her PhD in 
Psychology. Her dream is to 
work with adolescents to change 
the teenage generation. 




JuShuntia Stephens 

Lyon, Coahoma County 
Pre-Nursing Major 

JuShuntia is President of the 
Student Ambassadors, member 
of the English Club, Math and 
Science, COGIC Club, Phi 
Theta Kappa Honor Society 
and the National Association 
for the Advancement of Colored 
People. JuShuntia plans to 
become a registered nurse 
because helping sick people is 
her passion. She is a dedicated 
member of her church, and she 
plays the trumpet in the 
Northern Mississippi 
Jurisdictional Orchestra. 




Joe Sargent 

Clarksdale, Coahoma County 
Social Science Education Major 

Joe is the historical figure by 
becoming the first Mr. 
Coahoma Community College. 
He served as Sergeant-at-Arms 
for the Student Government 
Association during his freshman 
year and currently serves as 
Parliamentarian for the SGA. 
Joe plans to attend Alcorn State 
University to become a history 
professor. 



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Date 


Opponent 


Place 


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8/30/2007 


Hinds 


Clarksdale 

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Thurs. 


9/6/2007 


Pearl River 


Clarksdale 


Thurs. 


9/13/2007 


Itawamba 


Fulton * 


Thurs. 


9/20/2007 


MS Delta 


Clarksdale 


Thurs. 


10/4/2007 


Northwest 


Clarksdale 


!Sat. 


10/13/2007 


East MS 


Scooba 


Sat. 


10/20/2007 


^ Northeast 


Clarksdale 


Thurs. 

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10/25/2007 


East Central 


Decatur 


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Time 
7:00 pm 
7:00pm 
7:00 pm 
7:00*pm* 
6:00 pm 
2:00 pm 
2:00 pm ; 
7:00 pm 



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*55 Tyrell Spearnian of Humboldt,TN holds off defense for*#I 1 Marvin 

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Wide-Receivers 

#80 Cameron Adams 
(FR)ofClarksdale, 
# 1 7 Xavier Jones (FR) 
of Memphis, TN, 
#5 Colon Ward (FR) of 
Shaw,#l Leroy Banks 
(SO) of Memphis, TN, 
#3 Mitchell Mouton 
(FR) of Pensacola, FL, 
and #8 Anthony Kizer 
(FR) of Memphis, TN 




Tigers picking 

up yardage 

and heading 

to the goal 

line 




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Defensive Line & Ends 



#27 Terrance Conner (SO) of Clarksdale, #1 8 Derrick Chatman (SO) of 
Clarksdale, #55 Tyrell Spearman (FR) of Humboldt, TN, #5 1 Nigelus 
Walker(SO) of Memphis, TN, #65 Alexander Green (SO) of Greenville, 
#76 Victory Nettles (FR) of Pensacola, FL, William Kirksey Defensive 
Coordinator, #43 Dorian Smith (SO) of Memphis, TN, #72 Dontrerious 
Williams (FR) of Shelby, #52 Donald Houston (FR) of Memphis, TN, 
#56 Paul Williams (FR) of Oak Grove 











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Linebackers 



#46 Jermario Dorsey (SO) of Memphis,TN 
#12 Vernon Saffold (FR) of Clarksdale, 
#19 Timothy Henderson (FR) of Pensacola, 
FL, #4 Nicholas Walker (SO), #13 Alton Dunlap 
(FR), #36 Jeremey Atkins (FR) of Memphis, 
TN, #21 Keith Johnson (SO) of Rosedale, 
#40 Christopher Brooks (SO) of Benoit, Billy 
Fields, Assistant Coach, #45 Elarence Vinson 
(SO) of Tunica, #48 Sonny Leyva (FR) of Horn 
Lake, #47 Terrance Hayes (FR) of Webb, 
#38 Cedric Lewis (FR) of Greenville 






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Right photo: 

Quarterbacks 

#5 Colon Ward (FR) of Shaw, 
#7 Aaron Encalade (SO) of 
New Orleans, LA, #1 1 Marvin 
Pittman (FR) of Clarksdale, 
# 1 4 Donald Bennett (FR) of 
Horn Lake 






Far right: 



Offensive Line 



#57 Melvin Carter (FR) of Memphis, TN, 
#50 Justin Tillitson (FR) of Clinton, #77 
Demandre Dean (FR) of Memphis, TN, 
#7 1 Tyrell Spearman (FR) of Humboldt, 4 
TN, #74 Travaris Jeffries (FR) of 
Memphis, TN, #60 James Ranson (FR) of 
Clarksdale, #70 Donald Breakfield (FR) of 
Jackson, #63 Terrance Pringle (FR) of 
West Helena, AR, #67 Corderro Price 
(FR) of Clarksdale 




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Middle left: 

Defensive Backs 

#26 Corey Hartfield (FR) 
of Horn Lake, #22 
Patrick Oliver(FR) of 
Memphis, TN, #20 
Nicholas Turnage (FR) 
of Jackson, #14 Donald 
Bennett (FR) of Horn 
Lake, #2 Lorenzo Taylor 
(FR) of West Bolivar, 
# 1 Denzel Washington 
(FR)ofClarksdale, 
#30 Stafford Johnson 
(FR) of Jackson 




Ciera Williams, Lucinda Holmes, Joey Hunter, 
Debris Harris of Clarksdale, Margaret Harris of 
Farrell and Whitney Patrick of Chicago, ILL 



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Special Teams 




Goal line dead 
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Cleveland, #44 Earnest Bell(FR) of 
Shelby,'#42 LaDarius Shipp(FR) of 
Memphis, #23 Lee Jadkson(FR) of 
Clarksdale, TN, #34 Brady #32 Elzie 
Dukes(FR) of Clarksdale, 






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Schedule 



22 Horrace Whitehead lays one up 



Dyersburg Classic(Men Only)Dyersburg, TN TBA 
Co_LinCC Wesson, MS 6 p.m. 
Southern Uni. (Women Only)Shreveport, LA TBA 
Northwest Classic Senatobia, MS TBA 
Co-Lin Clarksdale, MS 6 p.m. 

Meridian CC Meridian, MS 1 p.m. 
Southwest CC Clarksdale, MS 6 p.m. 
Dyersburg CC Clarksdale, MS 6 p.m. 
Southwest CC Memphis, TN 6 p.m. 
Hinds CC Utica,MS 6p$S?**' *m 

Meridian CC Clarksdale, MS 1 p.m. 
Jones CC Clarksdale, MS 1 p.m. 

Holmes CC Clarksdale, MS 6 p.m. 
Northeast CC Booneville, MS 6 p.m. 
Northwest CC Senatobia, MS 5:30 p.m. 
MS Delta CC Clarksdale, MS 6 p.m. 
Itawamba CC Fulton, MS 6 p.m. 
Hinds CC (Homecoming) Clarksdale, MS 1 p.m. 
East MS Clarksdale, MS 6 p.m. 

Holmes CC Goodman, MS 6 p.m. 
Northeast CC Clarksdale, MS 6 p.m. 
Northwest CC Clarksdale, MS 6 p.m. 
MS Delta Moorhead, MS 6 p.m. 

Itawamba CC Clarksdale, MS 6 p.m. 
East MS Scooba,MS 6 p.m. 




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First row: 
Name 

1 2 Jeremy Collins 
30 Tony Barnes 
5 Jejuan Jacks 

20 Roosevelt Banks 
24 Dairy 1 Moore 
42 Tensely Cowan 

Second row: 

22 Horrace Whitehead 

23 Larry Pearson 
40 Jeremy Carr 

2 1 Antywan Jones 

32 Joseph Dancey 

33 Tavaris Washington 



Height 


Classification 


Hometown 


6-5 


S 


Clarksdale, MS 


6-2 


S 


Clarksdale, MS 


5-10 


F 


Mason, TN 


6-3 


F 


Greenville, MS 


6-3 


F 


Bobo, MS 


6-4 


F 


Jackson, MS 


6-5 


F 


Clarksdale, MS 


6-3 


F 


Oxford, MS 


6-5 


F 


Memphis, TN 


6-6 


S 


Clarksdale, MS 


6-4 


F 


Mound Bayou, MS 


6-5 


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Pensacola, FL 



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Coahoma Wins a 'Big' One Over 
League-Leading Holmes 

Coahoma's mighty Tigers raced their way to a 
significant 69-6 1 victory over the ranked Holmes 
Bulldogs 

"This was a big win," commented CCC men's 
coach Ira Peterson. "Holmes is number one in our 
league." 

The Bulldog statistician said the defeat was only 
their second loss in a season of 1 wins. 

"The Tigers moved the ball well and scored when 
they got ready," observed former CCC basketball great 
Dell Canon, now a graduate assistant at Mississippi 
Valley State University. Although CCC won the 
opening tipoff, Holmes swished the first basket 
answered immediately by Coahoma's Antywan Jones 
and two more from Tensely Cowan of Jackson. 

With scrambling point guard JeJuan Jacks 
directing traffic and picking pockets, Horace 



Whitehead of Clarksdale nailed a triple, and the Tigers 
went out front 1 9-9 with eight minutes remaining in 
the half. However, Holmes proved tenacious despite 
Tavaris Washington's lock on rebounds, and at 
halitime, CCC claimed only a two-point lead: 27-25. 

Bodies began piling up on the floor in a rough 
second half with scores by Cowan, Jacks, and a third 
foul for Antwyan Jones that hardly slowed down his 
momentum or expertise at blocking shots. 

Holmes shadowed Coahoma by only a couple of 
points until Jacks accelerated his low-down stealing 
pace hovering it seemed about two-inches off the floor. 

Whitehead hit another trey, Jones added three 
more points for a 52-42 lead, and Washington picked 
up his fourth foul. 

Ratcheting up their defense, the Tigers became a 
mean trapping machine, slowing down the game, and 
forcing the Bulldogs to foul intentionally. It brought 
little relief. 

By Panny Mayfield, PR 



96 5=>f30i-t"s 






Co-Lin Takes Revenge 
On Coahoma With Close 



Hometown crowd excited over 
basketball talent. 

Although high-scoring Tiger 
superstar Antywan Jones nailed 23 
points and three triples against Co-Lin 
Thursday night, his aim for a fourth 
with 3.7 seconds remaining was 
slightly off the mark, and the Wolves 
packed a 80-77 victory home to 
Wesson. 

Hometown fans standing shoulder- 
to-shoulder around the hardwood for 
the final play, however, voiced few 
complaints with the outcome but lots 
of excitement over the talent 
following Coahoma's pristine 
performances with a well-matched 
team. 

Coached for the first time by Ira 
Peterson following last season's 
retirement of legendary CCC Coach 
James Washington, the Tigers 
defeated Co-Lin by 1 points in their 
own den on Nov. 5. 



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Despite lost, the electrifying Tigers executes the game with percussion. 
Top left: Tensely Cowan of Jackson. 
Top right: Jejuan Jacks of Mason, TN 
Bottom left: Darrvl Moore of Bobo 



By Panny Mayfield, PR 



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98 Sports 






Roster 



NO. 


NAME 


24 


Brittany Carr 


10 


LaCora Beamon 


21 


Tynecha Banks 


5 


Arielle Taylor 


11 


LaSherica Shaw 


23 


Cheetara Johnson 


20 


Kimberly Kern 


12 


Shena Moore 


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30 


Jimisha Washington 


35 


LeSarah Branch 


15 


Tina Watson 



CLASSIFICATION 


HOMETOWN 


FR 


Jackson, MS 


SO 


Carthage, MS 


FR 


Memphis, TN 


FR 


Memphis, TN 


SO 


Calhoun City, MS 


SO 


Stuttgart, AR 


SO 


Clarksdale, MS 


SO 


Friars Point, MS 


FR 


Clarksdale, MS 


SO 


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SO 


Cleveland, MS 


FR 


Ruleville, MS 




L-ady I tgers Bosfcetbo 







The Lady Tigers mid 

their own, but lose to the Holmes' 
Bulldogs at the final buzzer, 7 1-62. 

In this game, Cheetara Johnson of 
Stuttgart, Ark., scored the first three 
points for the Lady Tigers followed by 
four more from Jimisha Washington of 
Cleveland and a Johnson triple to put 
CCC ahead 12-11. 

The pace remained slow, but Johnson 
continued her successful assault on the 
basket and Kim Kern of Clarksdale tied 
the score at 1 8 with seven minutes 
remaining. 

After picking up 1 5 fouls in the first 
half alone compared to eight for Holmes, 
the Coahoma women became tentative 
rebounding, and the Lady Bulldogs 
scored seven unanswered points. 

Kern broke the ice with five points 
followed by a basket from Brittany Carr 
of Jackson, and two more by Amber 
Hearon of Clarksdale. At halftime, 



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Holmes led 34-28. 

Igniting Coahoma's second half was Arielle Taylor's steal and pass 
to Brittany Carr for two goals, a Washington basket, and a Taylor trey 
that reduced the CCC deficit 48-44. 

Despite an impressive block by Carr and some excellent scoring by 
Johnson, the Lady Tigers continued to be plagued by fouls and could 
not close the gap. 

Leading the scoring was Cheetara Johnson with 22 points 
followed by Brittany Carr with 10; Amber Hearon with 9; Jimisha 
Washington and Kim Kern with 7 each; Arielle Taylor, 5; and 
LaSarah Branch, 2. 

By Panny Mayfield, PR 



100 Sports 




freshmen, sophomores, faculty, 

staff, and board of trustees... 

without them, there would 

be no memories 



"Peop/e 101 



Abrams, Tulessia 
(Coahoma) 



Andrews. Seltonia 
(Clarksdale) 



Boykin, Shelby 
(Leland) 



Allen, Jacquelyn 
(Shelby) 



Anderson, Anthony 
(Fairell) 



Anderson, La'Skya 
(Clarksdale) 



Anderson, Lucille 
(Clarksdale) 




Baity, Arijanette 
(Belzoni) 



Banks. Ashley 
(Beulah) 



Banks. Leroy 
(Memphis, TN) 



Banks, Tameka 
(Tunica) 




Bell, Talicia 


Boone, Bemice 


Bounds, Tyshon 


Boyd, Robert 


Boykin, Maxie 


(Clarksdale) 


(Shaw) 


(Clarksdale) 


(Jonestown) 


(Leland) 




Branch, LeSarah 
(Cleveland) 



Brantley, Hannah 
(Friars Point) 



Bridges, Felecia 
(Clarksdale) 



Brooks, Christopher 
(Benoit) 



102 "PeofJe 




Brown. Jakendrick 
(Shaw) 



Carter. Shirie> 
( Indianola) 




Brown. Johneka 
(Clarksdale) 



Brown. Laiova 
(Clarksdalej 



Brown. Patrice 
(Shaw) 



Brown, Sharon 
(Cleveland) 




Caston. Quateria 
(Shelby) 



Caudle. Yolanda 
(Tunica) 



Chappie, Yolanda 
(Webb) 



Chestnut, Antor 
(Tutwiler) 




It nan Point) 



Collins, Jeremv 

(Clarksdale) ' 



Collins. Tammv 
(Clarksdale) ' 



Corder. Jared 
(Eads. TN) 



Curtis, Felicia 
(Leland) 



^^oftlrvMnores 103 



Davis, DeRachel 
(Clarksdale) 



Eubanks. Jeremy 
(Friars Point) 



Flagg, Stanley 
(Clarksdale) 



Davis, Doresha 
(Jonestown) 



Davis, Joseph 
(Clarksdale) 



Davis, Tabitha 
(Clarksdale) 



Davis, Vonadine 
(Clarksdale) 




Encalade, Aaron 
(Hammond, LA) 



Evans, Clarence 
(Chicago, IL) 



Ford, Latarja 
(Mound Bayou) 



Ford, Sherrice 
(Clarksdale) 



Fields, Cordell 
(Qarksdale) 



Ford, Tracy 
(Qarksdale') 



Fisher, Latriest 
(Qarksdale) 




Fowler. Carolyn 
(Qarksdale) 



104 T^eopfe 




Frank. Curtia 
(Shelby) 



Frazier. Deshanda 
(Cleveland) 



Freeny. Randall 
(Jackson) 



Furr-Smith, Catrina 
(Oarksdale) 



Graves. ThereSia 
(Clarksdate) 



Gnm. Shenkc 
(Shdby) 



Green. Alexander 
(Greenwood) 



Gross. Shirley 
(Lambert) 



Green. Chnstoph' 
(Shelby) 



Green, Portia 
(Metcalfe) 



Flail. Letha 
(Qeveland) 



Haoley. David 
(Qeveland) 



Gadon, Sandra 
(Clarksdale) 




Greyer, Geneva 
(Shelby) 




Flarris, Delia 
(Mound Bayou) 



Soplrvymotes 105 




Harris, Marche' 
(Clarksdale) 



Harris, Margaret 
(Farrell) 



Harris, Tonga 
(Qarksdale) 



Hawkins, Latasha 
(Qarksdale) 



Haynes, Latoya 
(Qarksdale) 





Haynes, Latoya 
(Qarksdale) 



Haynes, Steen 
(Qarksdale) 



Henderson, James 
(Friars Point) 



Herron. Sondra 
(Greenville) 



Hope-King, Sharon 
(Geveland) 



Horton, Ashley 
(Jonestown) 



Horton, Kelcey 
(Qarksdale) 



Horton, Lawrence 
(Qarksdale) 



Hoyt, Kovi 
(Qeveland) 



Hudson, Cherika 
(Qarksdale) 



Hunter, Dansherryl 
(Qarksdale) 



Hunter, Estella 
(Qeveland) 



Jackson, Laneka 
(Qarksdale) 



Jackson, Noriko 
(Minter Gty) 



James, Kasha 
(Shaw) 



James, LaShannon 
(Shaw) 



Hines, Dedrick 
(Memphis, TN) 




Houston, Joyce 
(Marks) 




Irons, Barbara 
(Lambert) 




Johnson, Qieetara 
(Stuttgart, AR) 



106 "Peojafe 



Johnson. Hosea 
(Mound Bavou) 



Johnson. Lakehia 
(Friars Point) 



Johnson. Jewel 
(Webb) 



Juitt. Lorette 
(Cleveland) 



Johnson. Melvin 
(Jonestown) 



Johnson. Jonta 
(Pace) 



Johnson. Justen 
(Clarksdale) 



Johnson. Patrice 
(Vicksburg) 



Johnson, Quentasha 
(Greenville) 



Johnson, Keith 
(Clarksdale) 




Jones, Angelo 
(Clarksdale) 




Jumett. Ariicia 
(Cleveland) 



Kelly, Anthony 
(Charleston) 



Kem. Kimberlv 
(Clarksdale) ' 



Kincaid, TaQuera 
(Chicago, EL) 



•SopJ^omores 107 



Kyles-Rucker, Calvis 
(Clarksdale) 



Liddell, Channing 
(Qarksdale) 



McQure, Bemita 
(Tunica) 



Leoppard, Troy 
(Dundee) 



Loraine, Bingham 
(Rosedale) 



Leslie, Davis 
(Benoit) 



Leslie, Shavonda 
(Greenville) 



Lynch, Linda 
(Merigold) 



Marshall, Damien 
(Rosedale) 



Lewis, Dorothy 
(Rosedale) 




Martin, Domenic 
(Qarksdale) 




McNeal, Leotis 
(Qarksdale) 



McNeer, Karen 
(Qeveland) 



Meeks, Marlon 
(Qiarleston) 



Miller, John 
(Qarksdale) 




Minley, Tahja 
(Shaw) 



Moody, Nicolus 
(Memphis, TN) 



Mooney, Leslie 
(Qarksdale) 



Moore, Leno 
(Greenwood) 



Moore, Naomi 
(Qarksdale) 



108 "PeofJe 




Nolan. Genniavious 
(Friars Point) 



Norman, Ashley 
(Mound Bayou) 



Pace. Brittanv 
(Clarksdale)' 



Pace. Lekisha 
(Qarksdale) 



Parker, Jenise 
(Friars Point) 




Parker. Kontrese 
(Marks) 



Patrick. Whitney 
(Chicago. IL) 



Payne, Charitv 
(Clarksdale) ' 



Peggs-Banks, Denetrius 
(Clarksdale) 



Peggy, Jaretta 
(Drew) 




Phillips. Mary 
(Shaw) 



Phillips, Natasha 
(Clarksdale) 



Phillips. Natova 
(Clarksdale)' 



Powell, Derrick 
(Chicago, IL) 



Prado, Dana 
(Gunnison) 



•Sopkonaores 109 



Ranson, James 
(Clarksdale) 



Raymond, Fairralonze 
(Moorhead) 



Redding, Denoche 
(Shaw) 



Redding, Myquisha 
(Shaw) 



Reed, Alesha 
(Renova) 




Reed, Cordelia 
(Cleveland) 



Reed, Hal 

(Shelby) 



Reese, Betty 
(Tutwiler) 



Rice, Donisha 
(Jonestown) 



Rice, Kenisha 
(Jonestown) 




Richardson, Christopher 
(Clarksdale) 



Riley, Christopher 
(Clarksdale) 



Rilev, Randv 
(Clarksdale)" 



Roach, Adam 
(Ruleville) 



Roach, Tlene 
(Clarksdale) 




Robinson, Lacy 
(Winstonville) 



Robinson, Tawana 
(Shaw) 



Rodgers, Rosalind 
(Friars Point) 



Rosebur, Annette 
(Clarksdale) 



Ross, Janet 
(Charleston) 




Sanders, Carrie 
(Clarksdale) 



Sargent, Joe 
(Clarksdale) 



Saxton, Lindsey 
(Clarksdale) 



Scott, Patrice 
(Shelby) 



Scurlark, Shaunta 
(Cleveland) 



110 T^eopfe 




Shanks. Lua 
(Mound Bayou) 



Simmons-Jennings. Shelia 
(Cleveland) 



Smith. Dorian 
(Memphis. TX) 



Taylor. Kenneth 
(Lamben) 



Shaw. LaSherica 
(Pinsboro) 



Shaw. Robbie 
(Clarksdale) 



Simon. Lairina 
(Clarksdale) 



Sims. Jacqueline 
(Alligator) 



Smith. Sierra 
(Rosedak) 



Smith. Theresa 
(Cle\ eland) 



Thomas. Cortina 
(Jonestown) 



Thomas. Cozetta 
(Clarksdale) 



Sifuentes. Amy 
(Gunnison) 



Slaughter. Mammie 
(Vance) 



Stacy. Emily 
(Clarksdale) 



Thomas. Delbra 
(Clarksdale) 



Sifuentes, Laura 
(Gunnison) 




Smith, Ashley 
(Shelby) 




Stephens, Jeremy 
(Clarksdale) 




Thomas, Dominique 
(Clarksdale) 



^>offlnomores 111 



Thomas, Reginald 
(Webb) 



Tucker. Brandon 
(Qeveland) 



Walker, Nigelas 
(Memphis, TN) 



Williams, James 
(Memphis, TN) 



Thomas, Suronica 
(Lyon) 



Thomas, Tonya 
(Clarksdale) 



Thompson, Concetta 
(Jonestown) 



Vinson, Elarence 
(Tunica) 



Wadlington, Crystal 
(Qeveland) 



Walker, Crystal 
(Jonestown) 



Washington, Jimisha 
(Qeveland) 



Washington, Lisa 
(Qarksdale) 



Washington, Tavaris 
(Pensacola, FL) 



Williams, Loretta 
(Jonestown) 



Williams, Marquetta 
(Rosedale) 



Williams, Mashella 
(Mound Bayou) 



Thompson, Kararen 
(Qeveland) 




Walker, Nicholos 
(Memphis, TN) 




Watson, Tina 
(Minter City) 




Williams, Mattie 
(Jonestown) 



112 "PeofJe 



Williams. Naiashia 
(Ruk\ille) 



Williams. Renee 
(Claiksdale) 



Williams. Shern 
(Qarksdale) ' 



Williams, Stedman 
(Gunnison) 



Williams. Terin 
(Cleveland) 




Wright. Jamika 
(Rosedale) 



Wnght. Sylvia 
(Rosedale) 



Young. Fazenda 
(Clarksdale) 



Young, Melissa 
(Rosedale) 



Zolicoffer, Louretta 
(Indianola) 




Latorray Johnson 
(Batesville) 

I'm just glad to be here! 



Glad to Be Here at 

Coahoma Community 

College 

Hi, my name is 
Langston Johnson, and 
I am a transfer from 
Hinds Community 
College. I am from 
Greenville, MS 
majoring in General 
Education. There are 
several reasons that I 
transferred to 
Coahoma Community 
College. I did not take 
a tour of the campus, 
but I know people who 
went to Coahoma on 
my mother's side of the 
family. I also like the 




people over here and especially the teachers. 
The students here are friendly, and it is easy 
to make friends. I plan to graduate from 
Coahoma in 2009 and continue obtain a 
degree in Criminal Justice at Alcorn State or 
Grambling State University. 

^5opl r »omores 113 



Adkins, Kenneth (Riverdale) 

Alexander, Sharda (Shelby) 

Applewhite, Brandon 

(Clarksdale) 

Archer, Meaghan (Clarksdale) 



Arnold, Ja'Michael (Clarksdale) 
Atkins, April (Marks) 
Atkins, Harold (Memphis, TN) 
Badger, Anthony (Friars Point) 



Bailey, Albert (Indianola) 
Ballard, Myisha (Tutwiler) 
Banks, Beritha (Tunica) 
Banks, Bertha (Tunica) 



Beler, Krystal (Clarksdale) 
Belgon, Vanarious (Leland) 
Bell, Earnest (Duncan) 
Bennett, Donald (Horn Lake) 



Blockett, Karondria (Cleveland) 
Bodies, Barbara (Clarksdale) 
Bounds, Edwina (Cleveland) 
Bowie, Jimmy (Webb) 




114 "PcofJe 




Bradley, Marquita (Marks) 
Brady, Chaucer (Boyle) 
Brady, Jaren (Greenville) 
Brameltt, Katrina (Clarksdale) 



Braxten, Kenisha(Batesville) 
Breakfield, Donald (Jackson) 
Brooks, Stepheney (Marks) 
Broom, Melvin (Clarksdale) 



Brown, Brenda (Cleveland) 

Brown, Chapman (Mound 

Bayou) 

Brown, Johnathan (Cleveland) 

Brown, Keairra (Clarksdale) 



Brown, Kimberly (Dublin) 
Brown, Kristopher (Cleveland) 
Brown, LaChasity (Clarksdale) 
Brown, Latavia (Clarksdale) 



Brown, Neychaundra 

(Greenville) 

Brown, Vernell (Clarksdale) 

Brownlee, Ndidi (Clarksdale) 

Brunson, Hernando (Clarksdale) 



F>eski 



*yien 



115 



Bryant, Brittany (Jonestown) 
Bryant, Lakecia (Clarksdale) 
Bryant, Miranda (Tunica) 
Buckner, Alice (Greenville) 



Burden, Angela (Clarksdale) 
Burton, Lisa (Boyle) 
Butler, Catherine (Clarksdale) 
Bynum, Shatiya (Clarksdale) 



Cages, Barbara (Tunica) 
Caldwell, Latyra (Cleveland) 
Calhoun, Juanita (Clarksdale) 
Cannon, Jacqueline (Cleveland) 



Cannon, Octavia (Shaw) 
Carr, Brittany (Jackson) 
Carr, Jeremy (Memphis, TN) 
Carr, La'Toria (Friars Point) 



Carr, Randy (Ruleville) 
Carter, Mario (Cleveland) 
Carter, Melvin (Memphis, TN) 
Carter, Quarry (Cleveland) 




116 ~Peop(e 




Cason, Terranance (Lebanon) 

Cauthern, Bemadine (Darling) 

Chambers, Mynesha (Memphis, 

TN) 

Chatman, Tatyana (Clarksdale) 



Cherry, Robert (Clarksdale) 
Chestnut, Keitha (Webb) 
Clayton, Sheree (Shaw) 
Coleman, Annet (Mound 
Bayou) 



Coleman, Christopher (Shelby) 
Coleman, Jaleesa (Clarksdale) 
Collins, Cagle (Clarksdale) 
Collins, Samantha (Crowder) 



Cowan, Tensely (Jackson) 
Crayton, April (Mound Bayou) 
Cummings, Sean (Clarksdale) 
Cusic, Nathaniel (Coahoma) 



Cusic, Zerika (Coahoma) 
Daniels, Jasmine (Ruleville) 
Davis, Marcia (Clarksdale) 
Davis, Sade (Shelby) 



F>esK 



men 



117 



Davis, Sharlette (Shelby) 

Davis, Stephanie (Greenville) 

Dean, DeMardre (Memphis, 

TN) 

Dean, Vanisha (Cleveland) 



Dearsan, Larry (Oxford) 
Diaz, Odelia (Clarksdale) 
Dickson, Thera (Tunica) 
Dixon, Jerrick (Shaw) 



Dorsey, Ada (Cleveland) 

Dorsey, Ashley (Indianola) 

Dorsey, Jermario (Memphis, 

TN) 

Dothson, Anthony (Clarksdale) 



Douglas, Debra (Clarksdale) 
Drummer, Lashanda (Gunnison) 
Dumas, Nita (Shelby) 
Dunlop, Alton (Memphis, TN) 



Duvall, Toneesha (Cleveland) 
Dycus, Joseph (Cleveland) 
Eatmon, Miranda (Cleveland) 
Eatmon, Willie (Bolivar) 




118 "People 




Edwards, Jason (Charleston) 
Edwards, Mason (Charleston) 
Ellerson, Keith (Clarksdale) 
Ellis, Shannon (Webb) 



Emerson, Sandra (Clarksdale) 
Farmer, Tisha (Cleveland) 
Ferguson, Angela (Cleveland) 
Ferguson, Kema (Shaw) 



Fields, Del (Shelby) 
Fischer, Candace (Clarksdale) 
Flowers, Phaedra (Clarksdale) 
Flowers, Semone (Gunnison) 



Foster, Ronny (Cleveland) 
Foster, Tameka (Cleveland) 
Fowler, Tiffany (Coahoma) 
Frank, Hattie (Rosedale) 



Frieson, Gregory (Clarksdale) 
Frieson, J.B. (Clarksdale) 
Funches, Emma (Dundee) 
Galmore, Mandia (Jonestown) 



F>es^ine#T. 119 



Galmore, Tasheena (Jonestown) 
Gamble, Ara (Clarksdale) 
Games, Shanicky (Clarksdale) 
Garcia, Olivia (Clarksdale) 



Gardner, Riley (Duncan) 
Gannon, Adrian (Shelby) 
Garner, James (Chicago, IL) 
Gary, Fanell (Tunica) 



Gillie, Shirley (Friars Point) 
Glasper, Chantilya (Clarksdale) 
Goerge, Terrance (Clarksdale) 
Gooden, Mirio (Shelby) 



Graham, Shamanda (Memphis, 

TN) 

Graves, Milton (Clarksdale) 

Gray, Karanetria (Jonestown) 

Green, Elizabeth (Clarksdale) 



Green, Sophia (Mound Bayou) 
Greer, LaTonya (Webb) 
Griffin, Cosslen (Farrell) 
Griffin, Jasmine (Friars Point) 




120 "PeofJe 




Griffin, Jenee' (Friars Point) 
Griffin, L.C. (Cleveland) 
Grisby, Christine (Leland) 
Groves, Dennis (Doddsville) 



Guilty, Kim (Sumner) 
Gunns, Jemarcus (Shaw) 
Hall, Shakeba (Mound Bayou) 
Hall, Shanika (Gunnison) 



Hamer, Rickey (Memphis, TN) 

Hammod, Veonka (Clarksdale) 

Hampton, Anthony (Friars 

Point) 

Hampton, Sandra (Drew) 



Hardmon, Shane (Clarksdale) 
Harrington, Sheliah (Clarksdale) 
Harris, Delores (Clarksdale) 
Harris, Joleesa (Clarksdale) 



Harris, Matthew (Clarksdale) 
Harrison, Carol (Clarksdale) 
Hartfield, Corey (Horn Lake) 
Harton, Mary (Jonestown) 



Fi-eskmen. 121 



Hayes, Terrance (Webb) 
Hearon, Amber (Clarksdale) 
Hence, James (Clarksdale) 
Henderson, Dorothy 
(Clarksdale) 



Henderson, Timothy (Pensacola, 

FL) 

Hicks, Jacqueline (Clarksdale) 

Hill, Jennifer (Glendora) 

Hodges, Ariel (Cleveland) 



Holmes, Johnny (Shelby) 
Holt, Demetria (Metcalfe) 
Hope, Cassandra (Cleveland) 
Hopson, Derrick (Memphis, 

TN) 



Houston, Victoria (Clarksdale) 
Huddleston, Kentresha (Webb) 
Hudson, Amory (Shelby) 
Hudson, Andrea (Clarksdale) 



Hudson, Mary (Clarksdale) 
Hughes, Rita (Clarksdale) 
Hurskin, Kerry (Cleveland) 
Ireland, Corderro (Benoit) 




122 "People 




Isler, Joy (Shaw) 

Isler, Sierra (Shaw) 

Jacks, JeJuan (Mason, TN) 

Jackson, Brittney (Greenville) 



Jackson, Christy (Tunica) 
Jackson, Jennifer (Clarksdale) 
Jackson, Katherine (Lambert) 
Jackson, Wykeshia (Clarksdale) 



Jeffries, Tavaris (Memphis, TN) 
Jenkins, Talisha (Clarksdale) 
Johnson, Alice (Clarksdale) 
Johnson, Angel (Rosedale) 



Johnson, Ashley (Cleveland) 
Johnson, Ashley (Clarksdale) 
Johnson, Christine (Clarksdale) 
Johnson, Crystal (Rosedale) 



Johnson, Debbie (Clarksdale) 
Johnson, Demetria (Jonestown) 
Johnson, Desmond (Cleveland) 
Johnson, Iesha (Cleveland) 



F>esK 



nrien 



123 



Johnson, Jasmine (Horn Lake) 
Johnson, Kynidra (Rosedale) 
Johnson, Lakedra (Clarksdale) 
Johnson, Sean (Clarksdale) 



Johnson, Shronda (Clarksdale) 
Johnson, Stafford (Jackson) 
Johnson, Temple (Leland) 
Johnson, Teresa (Clarksdale) 



Johnson, Tiffany (Cleveland) 
Johnson, Triquetta (Clarksdale) 
Johson, Marvin (Glendora) 
Jones, Audrey (Boyle) 



Jones, Carrie (Charksdale) 
Jones, John (Clarksdale) 
Jones, Kevin (Gunnison) 
Jones, Markayla (Clarksdale) 



Jones, Nellie (Tutwiler) 
Jones, Raquel ( Grenada) 
Jones, Shawanda (Ruleville) 
Jones, Rickey (Nettleton) 




124 "PeopJe 




Jones, Tiffaney (Clarksdale) 

Jones, Xavier (Memphis, TN) 

Kenderson, Kyradhel 

(Clarksdale) 

Kendrick, Walter (Memphis, 

TN) 



Kern, Shareese (Clarksdale) 
Kerr, Jasmine (Darling) 
Kimmons, Felicia (Clarksdale) 
Kincaid, Jamie (Chicago, IL) 



King, Esparonza (Mound Bayou) 
King, Norman (Clarksdale) 
King, Shenika (Shelby) 
Kizey, Anthony (Memphis, TN) 



Lackey, Karisha (Clarksdale) 
Lampkin, Francho (Clarksdale) 
Lang, Stanika (Cleveland) 
Lawrence, Larry (Benoit) 



Lawson, Mary (Gunnison) 
Lemon, Jaleesa (Clarksdale) 
Lewis, Cedric (Greenville) 
Lewis, Chantana (Tutwiler) 



Fi-esK 



men 



125 



Lewis, Jessica (Clarksdale) 
Lewis, Marquesha (Clarksdale) 
Lewis, Mortasyia (Clarksdale) 
Leyva, Sonny (Horn Lake) 



Liner, Avis (Clarksdale) 
Long, Amanda (Shaw) 
Love, Dominique (Cleveland) 
Lynch, Takellia (Clarksdale) 



Mack, Rasheda (Leland) 
Maddox, Sam (Greenville) 
Magsby, Eddrina (Rich) 
Maiden, Renaldo 
(Robinsonville) 



Marbley, Toyneshia (Clarksdale) 

Marion, Laquinia (Memphis, 

TN) 

Martin, Gene (Clarksdale) 

Martin, Sharon (Clarksdale) 



Maxon, Tara (New Orleans, LA) 
McAdory, Lemisha (Shelby) 
McBride, Sabrina (Shelby) 
McCain, Crystal (Mound 
Bayou) 




126 "People 




dvar&*t,ir to f«T*> 



McClain, TeQuandra 

(Clarksdale) 

McCline, Tywanda (Cleveland) 

McClure, Desmond (Tunica) 

McCoy, Edreika (Friars Point) 



McCray, Jarveman (Clarksdale) 

McDaniel, Larry (Memphis, 

TN) 

McGee, Amelia (Clarksdale) 

McGregor, Marley (Clarksdale) 



McKinest, Paul (Hattiesburg) 
McNeal, Amber (Clarksdale) 
McNeal, Jessica (Clarksdale) 
McQueen, Jesse (Tippo) 



McWright, Amanda (Leland) 
McWright, Helena (Leland) 
Meeks, Bryant (Clarksdale) 
Meeks, Gabriel (Webb) 



Messenger, Michael (Clarksdale) 
Miller, Charlina (Clarksdale) 
Miller, Evione (Clarksdale) 
Miller, Jaleesa (Tutwiler) 



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Payno, Shonda (Clarksdale) 
Pearl, Shonda (Greenville) 
Peterson, Majeana (Tutwiler) 
Pickens, Rosalyn (Clarksdale) 



Pigue, Brenda (Clarksdale) 
Pittman, Keonna (Tutwiler) 
Pittman, Marvin (Clarksdale) 
Powell, Tyrone (Clarksdale) 



Price, Casslisa (Clarksdale) 
Price, Kiera (Clarksdale) 
Pruitt, Corderll (Mound Bayou) 
Pry or, Kenisha (Friars Point) 



Ranson, Latoyia (Clarksdale) 
Ranson, Marquita (Clarksdale) 
Ranson, Saint (Clarksdale) 
Ratliff, Carlos (Greenwood) 



Redmond, Cornelius (Cleveland) 
Redmond, Phallon (Cleveland) 
Reed, Daphane (Clarksdale) 
Reed, Shermaine (Clarksdale) 




130 "People 




Richardson, Markeila 

(Cleveland) 

Riley, Mary (Ruleville) 

Ringo, Amanda (Alligator) 

Ringo, Mario (Clarksdale) 



Roach, Dellia (Shaw) 

Roach, Lashandria (Shaw) 

Robinson, Ashley (Mound 

Bayou) 

Robinson, LaTonya (Clarksdale) 



Robinson, Michelle (Cleveland) 
Robinson, Nicole (Clarksdale) 
Robinson, Steward (Raymond) 
Ross, Lamega (Tutwiler) 



Rucker, Raven (Jonestown) 
Russell, Joandria (Marks) 
Russell, Rolanda (Marks) 
Russell, Sherita (Greenville) 



Rutledge, Janae (Cleveland) 
Safford, Vernon (Clarksdale) 
Sanders, Brittney (Cleveland) 
Sanders, Lashundra (Cleveland) 



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Sargent, Jeremy (Clarksdale) 
Scott, Alex (Shaw) 
Seals, Tonya (Marvell) 
Seaton, Tabitha (Tunica) 



Sellers, Demetrius (Miami) 
Sellers, Latoya (Merigold) 
Shanks, Judy (Mound Bayou) 
Shark, Catrina (Leland) 



Shark, Raymond (Leland) 
Shaw, Sandra (Clarksdale) 
Shaw, Shawnty (Marks) 
Sheddick, Byron (Friars Point) 



Shipp, LaDarius (Memphis, TN) 

Showers, P.L. (Memphis, TN) 

Simmons, Antwon (Memphis, 

TN) 

Simpson, Scott (Pelahatchie) 



Skinner, Tanga (Shelby) 
Slaughter, Beonca (Brazil) 
Slaughter, Keonca (Brazil) 
Smith, Brittany (Indianola) 



132 "Peo^e 





Smith, Earnestine (Marks) 
Smith, Mandolin (Clarksdale) 
Smith, Sherrica (Gunnison) 
Snyder, Latundra (Hollandale) 



Spearman, Candies 

(Winstonville) 

Spearman, Elizabeth 

(Clarksdale) 

Spearman, Tyrell (Humboldt, 

TN) 

Spralls, Israel (Clarksdale) 



Statum, Falicia (Clarksdale) 
Stevens, Wendolyn (Clarksdale) 
Stevenson, Brittany (Jonestown) 
Stewart, Pateles (Jonestown) 



Stokes, Deidra (Detroit, MI) 
Strode, Marcus (Fulton) 
Suggs, Carolyn (Clarksdale) 
Swift, Candace (Mound Bayou) 



Tanner, Dennis (Shelby) 
Tanner, Yolanda (Cleveland) 
Taylor, Erica (Greenville) 
Taylor, Julius (Hollandale) 



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Taylor, Lorenzo (Gunnison) 
Terry, Angela (Clarksdale) 
Thomas, DaTrisha (Clarksdale) 
Thomas, Dinica (Benoit) 



Thomas, Erica (Clarksdale) 
Thomas, Mashawn (Boyle) 
Thompson, Emory (Clarksdale) 
Thompson, Mariesha (Lyon) 



Thornton, Sylverter (Clarksdale) 
Tillotson, Justin (Jackson) 
Triplett, Beatrice (Clarksdale) 
Trotter, Vera (Friars Point) 



Tuner, Quoinsetta (Cleveland) 
Turnage, Nicholas (Jackson) 
Turne, Tamarcus (Cleveland) 
Turner, Ernest (Altanta, GA) 



Turner, Kimberly (Clarksdale) 
Turner, Kimberly (Durant) 
Turner, Leroy (Clarksdale) 
Turner, Maritha (Indianola) 




134 "PeopJe 




Tyler-Lee, Brenda (Cleveland) 
Vaughn, KoKeya (Cleveland) 
Veazy, Vance (Beulah) 
Victory, Lateshia (Marks) 



Wade, Craig (Clarksdale) 
Wahley, Chiquita (Grenada) 
Walker, Doris (Clarksdale) 
Walker, Lee (Jonestown) 



Walker, Shucora (Clarksdale) 
Walker, Tangela (Tutwiler) 
Wallace, Rosdalyn (Clarksdale) 
Walton, Carolyn (Batesville) 



Ward, Colin (Shaw) 

Washington, Candace (Friars 

Point) 

Washington, Denzel (Clarksdale) 

Washington, Henry (Clarksdale) 



Washington, Zereka (Moorhead) 
Waters, Quortisha (Tutwiler) 
Watson, Teri (Cleveland) 
Weathers, Arshada (Jonestown) 



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Weatherspoon, Lucideuis 

(Winstonville) 

Webster, Wykeshia (Clarksdale) 

Weeks. Dominic (Ruleville) 

Wheeler, Latecia (Lambert) 



White. Denitta (Inverness) 
White, Jacquita (Ruleville) 
White, Jamien (Benoit) 
Whitehead, Horace (Clarksdale) 



Whitfield, Herman (Clarksdale) 
Whitfield, Kokeiya (Cleveland) 
Wilkins, W.L. (Clarksdale) 
Williams, Daonterius (Shelby) 



Williams, Dominique (Marks) 

Williams, Emmanuel 

(Clarksdale) 

Williams, Felicia (Marks) 

Williams, Jerome (Clarksdale) 



Williams, Joseph (Mound 

Bayou) 

Williams, Lataya (Milwaukee, 

WI) 

Williams, Maxine (Rosedale) 

Williams, Paul (Hattiesburg) 




136 "People 




Williams, Quon (Clarksdale) 
Williams, Rhonda (Cleveland) 
Williams, Samone (Clarksdale) 
Williams, Savannah (Cleveland) 



Williams, Sharonka (Duncan) 
Williams, Taurus (Cleveland) 
Williams, Tennell (Friars Point) 
Williams-Sculak, Carolyn 
(Clarksdale) 



Willis, Lashonya (Clarksdale) 
Willis, Stephanie (Grenada) 
Wilson, Monte (Memphis, TN) 
Wilson, Robin (Sumner) 



Winston, Chanel (Cleveland) 
Winters, Sharon (Boyle) 
Wise, Labronski (Cleveland) 
Woods, Garrieldo (Hollandale) 



Woods, Johnny (Clarksdale) 
Word, Cherterrica (Friars Point) 
Wortham, Teresa (Coahoma) 
Wright, Brittany (Charleston) 



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Wright, Deshonda (Greenville) 

Wright, Kenneth (Memphis, 

TN) 

Wright, Tacillya (Duncan) 




Dr. Vivian Presley was 
the speaker for the program 
A Holiday Observance of 
Dr. Martin Luther King, 
Jr.: An Advocate of Justice, 
Equality, and Peace. She 
engaged the audience with 
rhetorical questions: "When 
you hear the name, Dr. 
Martin Luther, what comes 
to your mind?" "What does 
that name mean to you?" 
She explained that he was a 
man compared to Gandhi, 
the Dalai Lama and even 
Jesus. 

Dr. Presley emphasized 
that most of those in the 
audience were not even 
born when King died and 
would not understand 
prejudices and hatred that 
were directed at a people 
only because of the color of 
their skin. She painted a 
picture using two scenarios 
to help the audience 
understand the impact of 
prejudice and hatred. The 
first scenario paints a 
picture of a person who is 
given instructions to swim 
across a pond. He prepares 

138 "People 




to swim but is told that he has 
misunderstood the instructions. He 
must swim the pond with a pack filled 
with lead. Next, a person is given the 
task of climbing a beautiful, majestic 
mountain. He plots a path knowing 
that he can accomplish the task. As he 
begins to climb, he is given an 
overgrown path to follow that is 
covered with weeds, bushes and 
slippery rocks. 

The danger of prejudice, according 
to Dr. Presley, is that it keeps people 
from becoming all that they can be. She 
stated that, "If, because of prejudice, a 
potential doctor never graduates from 
medical school, then the world has lost. 
If, because of prejudice, a potential 
engineer does not go to school, then the 
bridges of the future may never be 
built. If, because of prejudice, a teacher 
or a scholar or an artist remains only a 
potential, the world is less. Not a 
particular race or gender but the world 
is less. We all lose out. We all suffer." 

Dr. Presley stated that Dr. King did 
not fight violence, hatred or prejudice. 
But he stood for peace, love, justice 
and equality. She further emphasized 
that although Dr. King is gone, his 
dream still lives on. Dr. Presley 



encouraged the students to fulfill Dr. 
King's dream by being the best that 
they can be. 

She said, "Remember who you are; 
you are descended from a long line of 
royalty. Remember that and act 
accordingly. Finally, always believe in 
yourselves and your dreams." She 
closed her remarks with the following 
poem. 

BE A DREAMER 

Dare to dream, for dreamers see 

tomorrow. 

Dare to make a wish, for wishing 

makes way for hope, 

And hope is what keeps us all alive. 

Dare to reach out for the things no one 

else can see. 

Be unafraid to see what others cannot. 

Believe in you heart and in your own 

goodness, 

for in doing so others will believe in 

them, too. 

Believe in magic, because life is full of 

it. 

But most of all, believe in yourself. 

Because within you lies all of the 

magic, 

The hope, the love, and the dreams of 

tomorrow. -Ron Cristian- 







Anne Shelton-Clark 
Career-Technical Education 



Anne Shelton-Clark serves as the Dean of Career- 
Technical Education at Coahoma. She received a 
Bachelor of Science degree from Alcorn State 
University and a Master of Education along with 
additional study from Delta State University. 





Rosemary C. Dill 
Institutional Research & Planning 



Rosemary Dill serves as the Director of 
Institutional Research & Planning at 
Coahoma. She received a Bachelor of Science 
degree from Delta State University, and a 
Master of Education from University of 
Mississippi. 



Wanda G. Holmes 

Admissions and Records and 

Veterans Coordinator 



Wanda Holmes serves as the Director of Admissions 
and Veterans Coordinator at Coahoma. She received a 
Bachelor of Science degree and Master of Education 
degree from Chicago State University. 



Freeman Horton 
Athletics and Head Football Coach 



Freeman Horton serves as the Director of Athletics 
and the Head Coach of Football at Coahoma. He 
received a Bachelor of Science and Master of 
Science degree from the University of Southern 
Mississippi 



CXd.miv\istraitic*\ 139 



William Houston 
Safety and Campus Police 



William Houston serves as the Director of Safety 
and Chief of Campus Police. He received a 
Certificate from Mississippi Law Enforcement 
Training Academy. 



Dr. Rosetta Howard 
Academic Affairs 

Dr. Rosetta Howard serves as the Dean of 
Academic Affairs at Coahoma. She received a 
Bachelor of Science degree from Mississippi 
State University and a Master in Education and 
Specialist degree from Delta State University. 
She also has a Doctor of Philosophy degree from 
Mississippi State University. 



Dr. Gregory A. Hudson 
Student Affairs 



Dr. Gregory Hudson serves as the Dean of 
Student Affairs at Coahoma. He received a 
Bachelor of Science, Master of Education, 
and Doctor of Education degree from Delta 
University and received additional study 
from the United States Sports Academy. 



Panny Mayfield 
Public Relations 



Panny Mayfield serves as the Director of 
Public Relations at Coahoma. She 
received a Bachelor of Arts degree from 
University of Mississippi. 





140 ""PeofJe 





Deborah McNeal 
Business Office 



Deborah McNeal serves as the Business Manager 
at Coahoma. She received a Bachelor of Science 
degree from University of North Florida. She is a 
Certified Public Accountant receiving additional 
study from Delta State University. 



Leandrew Presley 
Computer Services and Information Technology 



Leandrew Presley serves as the Director of 
Computer Services and Information Technology. 
He received an Associate of Arts Degree at 
Coahoma Community College, and a Bachelor of 
Business Administration and a Master of Business 
Administration from Delta State University. 



Yvonne M. Stanford 
Library and Learning Resources 



Yvonne M. Stanford serves as the Director of Library and 
Learning Resources at Coahoma. She received a Bachelor of 
Science degree from Delta State University, a Master of 
Library Science at Louisiana State University, and additional 
study from Delta State University, Mississippi State 
University, and Louisiana State University Medical Center 
Library. 



Marilyn Starks 
Institutional Advancement/Federal Programs 



Marilyn Starks serves as the Director of Institutional 
Advancement of Federal Programs. She received a 
Bachelor of Science degree from Alcorn State 
University and has received additional study from 
Mississippi Valley State University. She is a Licensed 
Social Worker. 



Charles White 
Workforce Development Center 

Charles White serves as the Executive Director of the 
Workforce Development Center at Coahoma. He received 
an Associate of Arts degree from Coahoma Junior College, a 
Bachelor of Science degree from Mississippi Valley State 
University, a Master of Education from Delta State 
University. 

CXdiimiirxistto'tloirx 141 



Allen, Adrian 
Barnes, Erma 
Barrett, Larry 
Bell, Jimmie 
Betts, Derrix 



Brooks, Anthony 

Brooks, Carol 

Brown, Eugene 

Brown, George 

Burnside, Donna 



Butler, Charles 

Butler, Sharon 

Butler, Tolernisa 

Campbell, Mavrick 

Caradine, Mary 



Clark, Anne 

Coleman, Napoleon 

Cox, Trina 

DeShazer, Bobbie 

Dill, Rosemary 



Dixon, Margaret 
Done, Karen 

Done, Kenneth 
Duncan, Glynda 

Edwards, Kathy 



Edwards, Shirley 

Elliott, Lynda 

Fair, John 

Ferguson-Hicks, Shirley 

Ford, Dan 




142 "People 




Furdge, Patricia 

Gipson, Gloria 

Gooden, Athsicia 

Gordon, Emily 
Grayson, Saundra 



Gregory, Tiffany 

Griffin, LaShasa 

Griffin, Tavoris 

Griffin, Vera 

Hanfor, Rita 



Harris, Wendy 

Harrison, Lonnie 

Hollins, Kimberly 

Hooker, Teresa 

Horton, Ethel 



Horton, Freeman 

Houston, Elizabeth 

Houston, Michael 

Howard, Ezra 

Howard, Rosetta 



Hudson, Gregory 

Hums, Sharron 

Jefferson, Gwendolyn 

Johnson, Quartiel 

Johnson, Tiffany 



Johnson-Polite, Julia 

Jones, David 

Jones, Fitzgerald 

Jones, Monica 

Keys, Kenneth 



Faculty / SWf 143 



Lackey, Delores 

Latimer-Hulum, Yolanda 

Lucas, Florence 

Maiden, Joyce 

Melton, Elizabeth 



Metcalf, Clinton 

Miller, Samuel 

Miller, Yolanda 

Milton, Gladys 

Montgomery, Dennis 



Moore, Danny 

Mosley-Bonney, Nancy 

Nielsen, Barbara 

Noah, Johnny 

Paden, Orlando 



Peterson, Ira 

Pittman, Jeremy 

Polite, Eugene 

Presley, Leandrews 

Pryor, Joyce 



Reed, Wanda 

Reynolds, Angela 

Rhymes, Robert 

Richard, Delores 

Rockett, Joharrison 



Rockett, Robert 

Simmons, Lori 

Smith, Charles 

Smith, Evelyn 

Smith, Jacquelyn 




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Sonley, Leroy 

Sridharan, Bhama 

Stanford, Yvonne 

Striplin, Henry 

Swatzell, Robert 



Sykes, Annette 

Sykes, Patricia 

Taylor, Damandrick 

Taylor, T.C. 

Taylor, Theresa 



Thomas, Allean 
Thomas, Dian 

Thomas, Janice 
Thomas, Rockell 
Walker, Monique 



Walls, Willie 

Washington, Evelyn 

Washington, Tamara 

West, Beckey 

White, Charles 



Wilcox, Rosalind 

Williams, Otha 

Williams, Shirley 

Willingham, Lorean 

Wilson, Cremaya 



Young, Taneshia 
Young, Titus 



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President 

Ned Gath wright 
Quitman County 




Vice President 

Johnny McGlown 
Coahoma County 




Secretary 

Rena Butler 
Coahoma County 




Assistant Secretary 

Sherard Shaw 
Coahoma County 




Willie Blocker 
Bolivar County 



William Clark 
Coahoma County 



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Jerry Gentry 

Tunica County 



Rev. Andrew Hawkins 
Tallahatchie County 




Rev. Dennis Hawkins 
Coahoma County 




Howard Hollins 
Tallahatchie County 



Robert Mason 
Bolivar County 



Pauline Rhodes 
Coahoma County 




Valmadge Towner 
Quitman County 




David Williams 
Tunica County 



William Bradley 
Board Attorney 

T^oard. of I n*s~te&s 147 





Throughout its 59-year history, Coahoma 
Community College has been blessed with a 
tremendous level of unqualified support. We are 
truly grateful. 

We began as a college where African -American 
students could pursue their dreams of a college 
education when no other opportunity was 
available to them. Today, we strive to meet the 
dreams of larger and more diverse communities. 
Our classrooms and laboratories are equipped 
with technology designed to improve instruction 
and enhance learning. 

To combat the shortage of qualified health 
professionals, we provide programs in the allied 
health field which include Associate Degree 
Nursing, Certified Nursing Assistant, Emergency 
Medical Technology, Phlebotomy, 
Polysomnography, Practical Nursing and 
Respiratory Therapy. 



Our Career Technical Division seeks to make 
our graduates job-ready for careers in their 
hometowns. Through our Educational Outreach 
we stand ready to take our classrooms to your 
communities so that you can keep your day jobs 
and pursue a college degree at night. Through 
our Industrial Training Center, we are 
committed to helping our businesses meet the 
demand for a more skilled and technologically 
trained workforce. 

Coahoma Community College has come a Ion, 
way since 1949. It is important that written 
records are kept to document its transformation 
and service to the communities it serves. The 
2008 edition of the Coahoman has tried to 
capture the spirit of Coahoma through "a 
treasure trove of memories. " We are thankful to 
the editors, staff writers and photographers for a 
job well done. 



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Mary L. Caradine, Adviser 

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Dr. Vivian M. Presley 
Citizen of the Year 
Cited for her outstanding 
contributions to the community, 
Dr. Vivian Presley received 
Clarksdale and Coahoma County's 
highest honor as "Citizen of the 



Year" at the annual Chamber of 
Commerce banquet at the Isle of 
Capri Casino in October. 
The identity of each year's recipient 
is a highly guarded secret until the 
banquet announcement. 



Mississippi Humanities 
Council presents award to 
Karen Done 
With an outgoing personality and 
infectious smile. Karen Done might 
be charged with academic 
entrapment by students expecting to 
breeze easily through her sociology 
classes here at Coahoma 
Community College. Despite her 
friendly facade. CCC's liberal arts 
chair is a serious educator 
committed to propelling students to 
improve their lives with education. 



Delta. 

The subject of Donc's scholarly 
presentation was "A Culture of 
Poverty: Social Inequality in 
America." "Education has to be 
the catalyst for change," says Done 
who grew up in Clarksdale as the 
youngest of eight children. She has 
been teaching at CCC since 1 995. 
C*££& She credits her parents for 
A^^.nf; motivating her toward B.A. from 
the Ivy League s Amherst C ollegc 

diversity and exploration and a M.M.S. from the University 

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Tiger Players and Coaches Garner 
Post-Season Honors 

The entire CCC football staff was honored with its selection 
to coach the North All-Stars in the Mississippi Association 
of Community and Junior College All-Star Classic at 
Northeast Community College in Booneville, MS. 
Coaches: John Fair, defensive backs: William Kirksey, 
defensive coordinator: T.C. Taylor, offensive coordinator: 
Freeman Horton. head coach and athletic director: Kendrick 
Travis, offensive line: and Billv Fields, linebackers. 



Cited for exceptional performances on the gridiron 
are linebacker Nicholas Walker, defensive lineman 
Nigel Walker, and Tarvis Grandberry, all of 
Memphis: Head Coach Freeman Horton; offensive 
lineman Demardrc Dean and wide receiver Leroy 
Banks, both of Memphis; and Alexander Green of 
Greenville: (front row) linebacker Elarence Vinson of 
Tunica: Terrance Conners of Clarksdale; and Marlin 
Mccks of Charleston. 



** Congratulations to the Practical Nursing Program 
for having a 1 00% passing rate on the National 
Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) in 2007. 



H.E.A.D.W.A.E. 

Higher Education Appreciation Day, Working for 
Academic Excellence 
H.E.A.D.W.A.E encourages excellence among those 
involved in higher education as a way to further 
leadership, increase knowledge across the broad 
spectrum of education, and promote good citizens 
capable of thriving in today's society and prepared to 
meet future challenges. 
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family, friends and 
co-workers get 
together to enjoy 
food, fun and 
football. 

People participate 
even if their vehicles | 
do not have 
tailgates. Popular 
foods include grilled 

steaks, hamburgers, 
hot dogs, baked 
beans, barbecued 
ribs and chicken 
with cold slaw, 
potato salad, chips, 
cold drinks, and 
plenty cool desserts. 

Many play cards 
and dominoes 

This tailgating 
party was unique. 
The crowd was 
entertained with a 
Blues Concert by 
three Blues Arts. 

Right: Howl- 
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Perry and his 
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guitarist/ 
singer/ 
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Lower left: Cedric 
Burnside (on drums) 
grandson of the 
legendary blues great 
R. L. Burnside, 
Steve "Lightnin" 
Malcolm (on mic) 
singer/guitarist/ 
songwriter and 
Lower right: 
CJC/AHS Alumnus 
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Stewart and his 
band. 

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Abrams, Tulessia 




102 


Adams, Cameron 




88 


Adams, Vernon 




17 


Adkins, Kenneth 




114 


Alexander, Sharda 


114 


Alexander, Willie 


13,29 


Allen, Adrian 7 7 , 


142 


151 


Allen, Adrian 




48 


Allen, Jacquelyn 




102 


Anderson. Anthony 


13 


-1-02 


Anderson, La'Skya 




102 


Anderson, Lucille 




102 


Andrews, Seltonia 




102 


Applewhite, Brandon 




1 14 


Archer, Meaghan 




114 


Arnold, Ja'Michael 


47 


114 


Ash more, Sabrina 




25 


'Jktkins, April 




114 


Atkins, Harold 




1 14 


Atkins, Jeremey 




89 


Atkinson, Melanie 




17 


Ayers-Gipson, Jeanine 




19 



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Badger, Anthony 
Bailey, Albert 
Bailey, T'Eric 
Baity, Arijanette 
Baker, Marcus 
Ballard, DeShanta 
Ballard, Myisha 
Banks, Ashley 
Banks.Eferitha 
Banks .firth a 
Banks, Christopher 
Banks, Leroy 39,88,1 
Banks, Roosevelt 
Banks, Tameka 
Banks, Tynecha 
Barnes, Andrea 
Barnes, Erma 
Barnes, Tony 
Barnes, Williams 
Barr , Mich'ael^ BWWP' 
Barr, William 
Barrett, Larry 
Bays, Jessica 6,17,24. 
g^^W% L 74,81,83,1 
Bays,Jocelyn 6,28,46. 
70,78, 
Beamon, Allyscia 
Beamon, Candice 
Beamon, LaCora 98 

Bedford, Sharicka 
Beler, Krystal 
Belgon, Vanarious 
Bell, Earnest 
Bell, Jimmie 
Bell, Talicia 

Bennett, Donald 90,91, 
Berryhill, Courtney 
Betts, Derrix 
Binder, James 
Blocker, Willie 



47, 114 

114 

82 

102 

68 

42 

114 

102 

114 

114 

13 

02, 151 

95 

102 

99 

30, l'Q2| 

142 

95 

102 

102 

19 

142 

,60,72, 

02,150 

,61,62, 

79,102 

36 

28,34 

,99,138 

82 

114 

114 

93,114 

142 

102 

92, 114 

26 

142 

55 

146 



liBlockett, Karondria 
Bodies, Barbara 
Bolden, Marcus 
Boone, Be mice 
Bounds, Edwina 
Bounds, Tyshon 
Bowie, Jimmy 
Boyd, Robert 
Boykin, Maxie 
Boykin, Shelby 
Bradley. Marquita 
Bradley, William 
Brady, Chaucer 
!Brady,Jaren 50,93, 

Brameltt, Katrina 
*Branch.LeSarah 99, 

Brantley, Hannah 
Braxten, Kenisha 
Breakfield. Donald 90, 

Bridges, Felecia " 
Brooks, Anthony 
Brooks, Carol 

Brooks, Christopher 89,92, 
Brooks, Stepheney 
Broom, Melvin 49.79, 

Browell, Kendrick 
Brown, Brenda 
Brown, Chapman 
Brown. Eugene 62, 

Brown, George 
Brown, Jakendrick 
Brown, Johnathan 93, 

Brown, Johneka 
Brown, Keairra 
Brown, Kimberly 
Brown, Kristopher 
Brown, LaChasity 1 72, 77 
115, 
Brown, Latavia 26, 

Brown, L at ova 48, 

Brown, Neychaundra 
Brown, Patrice 
Brown, Sharon 
Brown, Tamika^ 
Brown. Vaniti 
Brown, Vernell 
Brownlee. Ndidi 
Brunson, Hernando 
Bryant, Alexander 
Bryant, Brittany 
Bryant, Lakecia 
Bryant, Miranda 
Buchanan, Carmelita 
Buckner, Alice 
Buford, Stephun 
Bullock, Antonio 
Burden, Angela 
Burnett, Vernita 
Burnside, Donna 
Burrell, Tommy 
Burton, Lisa 
Bush, Albert 
Butler, Catherine 
Butler, Charles 
Butler, Evelyn 
Butler, Rena 
Butler, Ruby 
Butler, Sharon 
Butler, Tolernisa 
Bynum, Shatiya 



Byrd, Allasica 



29,103 



Cages, Barbara 
Caldwell, Latf fa 
Calhoun, Juanita 
Calvin, Jonathan 
Campbell, Cathedra 
Campbell, Mavrick 
Cannady, LaShonda 
Cannon, Jacqueline 
Cannon, Octavia 
Caradine, Mary 
Carr, Brittany 36, 

Carr, Jeremy 
;Carr, La'Toria 
Carr, Latori 
Carr, Latoria 
Carr, Melissa 
Carr, Randy 
Carter, Chadwick 
Carter, Deborah 
Carter, Mario _^^B 

Carter, Marquita 
Carter, Melvin 42,90 

Carter, Quarry 
Carter, Shirley 
Cason, Terranance 
Caston, Quateria 
Caudle, Yolanda 
Cauthern, Bernadine 
Chambers, Mynesha 
Chappie, Yolanda 
Chatman, Derrick 
Chatman, Tatyana 
Cherry, Robert 
Chestnut, Antor 
Chestnut, Keitha 
Clark, Anne 
Clark, William 
Clayton, Sheree 
Cleark, Kenyatta 1 7 



Clerk-Beamon, Allyscia 
Cockerham, Tameka 
Cohen, Sherell 
Cohen, Tiffany 
Coleman, Annet 
Coleman, Christopher 
Coleman, Jaleesa 
Coleman, Napoleon 
Collins, Cagle 
Collins. Jeremy 
jCollins, Mont 
Collins, Samantha 
Collins, Tammy 
Collins, Tandreka 
Collini, Trekela ^ 
Conner, Jotrina 
Conner, Ter ranee l£9, 
C order, Jared 
Cowan, Tensely 95) 

Cox, Trina 
Craytpn, April 
Cummings, Sean 
Curtis, Felicia 
Cusic, Nathaniel 
Cusic, Zerika 



116 

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99,116 

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D 



Dampier, Anthony 73 

Dancey, Joseph 

Daniels, Jasmine 

Davis, DeRachel 

Davis, Doresha 

Davis, Joseph 

Davis, Laquita 13 

Davis, Marcia 

Davis, Sade 8 1 , 

Davis, Shaflette 

Davis, Stephanie 

Davis,Tabitha 42, 

Davis, Vonadine 

Dav|s, Vyonna 

Dea, Demandre 

Dean, DeMardre 118. 

Dean, Vamsha 

Dearsan, Larry 

DeShazer, Bobbie 81, 

Diaz, Odelia 

Dickson, Thera 

Dill, Rosemary 

Dishman, Jestin 

Dishman, Justin 

Dixon, Andrea 

Dixon, Darrell 



139, 
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DixOn, Jerrick 
Dixon, Margaret 
Dixon, Torania 
Dixon, Towaina 
Done, Karen 
Done, Kenneth 
Dorsey, Ada 
Dorsey^ Ashley 
Dorsey, Henry 
Dorsey, Jermario 
Dothson, Anthony 
Douglas, Debra 
Douglas, Etta 
Downing, Tyretha 
Drummer, Lashanda 
Dukes, Elzie 
Dukes, Fallon 
Dumas, Nita 
Duncan, Glynda 
Dunlap, Alton 
Dunlop, Alton 
Duvall, Toneesha 
Dycus, Joseph 



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154 Iruiex- 




Eatmon, Miranda 
Eatmon, Willie 
Eatmon, Yalonda 
Edgeworth, Danni 
Edwards, Jason 
Edwards, Kathy 
Edwards, Mason 
Edwards, Shirley 
Ellerson, Keith 
ott, Lynda 



1181 
118 
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119 
142 
119 
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82,119 
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Ellis. Shannon 119 

Ellis. Stacie 104 

Emerson. Sandra 1 1 9 

Encalade. Aaron 90.104 

Eskridge. Jacqueline 104 

Espy. Henry 1 3 

Eubanks. Jeremy 104 

Eucalade. Aaron 1 04 

Evans. Clarence 51. 1 04 

Evans. Mary 1 3 

Evans. Toriono 28, 34 

Evans. Torrie 1 1 

Ewing. Janitay 82 

Ewings. Jeffrey 68 



Fair„Jo] 
Fair. Mari 
Farmer, Tisna, 
Ferguson. Angela 
Ferguson. Kema 
Ferguson-Hicks, Shirle\ 

Fields. Billy 89.151 

Fields. Cordell 104 

Fields. Del 119 

Fields. Krystal 8 1 

Fischer. Candace 48,119 

Fisher. Latriest 1 04 

Flagg, Stanley 6.104 

Flowers. Phaedra 119 

Flowers. Semone 119 

Ford, Dan 142 

Ford. Latarja 104 

Ford. Sherrice 1 04 

Ford. Tracy 104 

Foster. Ronny 1 1 9 

Foster. Tame ka 119 

Fowler, Carolyn 68,104 

Fowler. Tiffany 1 1 9 

Frank, Curtia 105 

Frank. Hattie 119 

Frazier, Deshanda 105 

Freeny. Randall • r 105 

Fneson. Gregor> 119 

Fneson.J.B. 119 

Fulliiove, Curtis 17 

Funches.Emma 119 

Furdge. Patricia 77,143 

Furr. {Catherine 19 
Furr-Smith. Catrina 



Gary. Fanell 
Gathwright, Ned 
Gee. Justina 
Gentry, Jerry 
Gillie. Charnita 
Gillie. Shirley 
Gipson. Gloria 
Glasper. Chantilya 
Glenn. Jonie 
Glover. Debbie 
Goerge. Terrance 
Golden. Guy 
Gonzalez. Elizabeth 
Gooden. Athsicia 
Gooden. Courtney 
Gooden. Crystal 
Gooden. James 
Gooden. Mirio 
Gordon. Emily 
Graham, Shamanda 
Granberry. Andrea 
Grandberry. Tarvis 
Graves. Milton 
Graves. ThereSia 
Gray. Karanetria 
Grayson, Saundra 
Green. Alexander 



13 
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Green, Christopher 
Green, Elizabeth 
Green, Jaleesa 
Green, Jalessa 
Green, Portia 
Green, Sophia 
Greenleaf. Alexander 
Greer, LaTonya 
Gregory. Tiffany 
Greyer, Geneva 
Griffin. Cosslen 
Griffin. Jasmine 
Griffin. Jenee' 
Griffin. L.C. 
Griffin. LaShasa 
Griffin, Tavoris 
Griffin, Vera 
Grim. Sherikee 
Grisby, Christine 
Gross, Shirley 
Grove. Dennis 
Groves. Dennis 
Guilty. Kim 
Gullick. Cody 
Gunns. Jemarcus 



H 



Gadon. Sandra 


105 


Hail. Letha 


105 


Galmore. Mandia 


119 


Hall. Shakeba 


121 


Galmore. Tasheena 


31,78.81 


Hall. Shanika 


121 


Gamble. Ara 


68. 120 


Hamer. Rickey 


121 


Games, Shanicky 


120 


Hammod, Veonka 


121 


Gant.Cheticka 


105 


Hammond, L. 


16 


i Garcia. Olivia 


120 


Hampton, Anthony 


121 


Gardner \uctavia 


27,66,80. 


Hampton, Sandra 


121 




105 


Hanfor, Rita 


14, 143 


' Gardner. Riley 


120 


Haoley, David 


105 


. Garmon. Adrian 


120 
120 


Hardmon. Shane 


72. 121 


'. Garner. James 


Harrington, Shell ah 


121 


. Garner. Synthia 


105 


Harris, Delia 


105 



L 



120 Harris. Delores 46,72,77,78, 

146 79,91,121 
105 Harris, Joleesa 121 

147 Harris, Marche' 77,106 
105 Harris, Margaret 47,57,91, 
120 106 
143 Harris, Matthew 72,78,79,^1? 
120 150 
105 Harris, Roy 26 
105 Harris, Tonga 106 
120 Harris, Wendy 141 
105 Harrison, Carol <^^21 
105 Harrison, Lonnie , 143 
143 Hart. Lucas 10 
105 Hartfield, Corey 91.121 

49 Harton, Mary 121 

50.68 Hawkins, Andrew I^L. ItM 

120 Hawkins, Dennis 147 

143 Hawkins. Latasha 106 

120 Hawkins. Yolanda 13 

43,74 Hawkins, Yolonda 28 

151 Hayes. Terrance 89.122 

120 Haynes. Latoya 106 

105 Haynes, Latov a 106 

120 Haynes. Steen 106 

,50,143 Hearon. Amber 99,122 

88,105, Hence, James 122 

151 Henderson, Alexis 27,80 

105 Henderson, Dorothy 122 

120 Henderson, James 106 

80 Henderson, timothy 89 

62.73 Herron, Sondra 106 

105 Hicks, Jacqueline 122 

120 Hicks. Shirley 46 

79 Hill, Jennifer 1 22 

120 Hillis, Laquitta 31 

119,143 Hines. Annie 17,83 

105 Hines, Dedrick 30,106 

120 Hobbs.WiU 30 

120 Hodges, Ariel 122 

121 Hodges, LaShunda 81 
121 Hollins. Howard 147 
143 Hollins, Kimberly 81,143 
143 Holmes, Johnny 122 
143 Holmes, Lucinda 91 

68.105 Holmes. Wanda 139 

121 Holt. Demetria 122 

105 Hooker. Teresa 143 

38,50 Hope. Cassandra 122 

121 Hope-King, Sharon 106 

121 Hopson, Derrick 122 

11 Horton. Ajkle^^JB 106 

121 Horton, Ethel 14»L 

Horton. Freeman 62,139,143, 

PEI 151 

Horton, Kassico 8 1 

Horton, Kelcey 106 

Horton, Lawrence 76, 109" 

Hoskins, Joann 80 

Houston, Donald 88 

Houston, Elizabeth 143 

Houston, Joyce 106 

Houston, Michael 1 43 

Houston, Victoria 122 

Houston, William 1 40 

Howard, Ezra 143 

Howard, Rosetta 1 40, 1 43 

Hoy, Larry 80 

Hoyt. Kai 81 

Hoyt,Kovi 106 



_ 




Huddleston, Kentrj 
Hudson, Amory 
Hudson, Andrea 
Hudson, Cherika 
Hudson, Gregory 
Hudson, Mary 
Hudson, Paris 
Hughes, Rita 
Hunter, Candice 
Hunter, Dansherryl 
Hunter, Desmond 
Hunter, EsteEa 
Hunter, Joey 
Hunter, Stella Jfp^ 
Hums, Sharron 
Hurskin, Kerry 
Hutton, Terrence 



I 



Inman, Lew 


10,48 


Ireland, Corderro 


122 


Irons, Barbara 


106 


Isler, Joy 


123 


Isler, Sierra 


123 




Jacks, JeJuan 95 


97. 


123 


Jackson, Britney 




48 


Jackson, Brittney 




123 


Jackson, Christy 




123 


Jackson, Jennifer 




123 


Jackson, Katherine 




123 


Jackson, Laneka 




106 


Jackson, Lee 




93 


Jackson, Noriko 


101 


106 


Jackson, Wykeshia 




123 


Jafilan, Nicholas 


39,57 


James, Kasha 




106 


James, LaShannon 




106 


James N. Gooden 




26 


Jefferies, Tavaris 




62 


Jefferson, Gwendolyn 




143 


Jeffries, Tavaris 


123 


Jeffries, Travaris 




90 


Jenkins, Talisha 




123 


Johnson, Alice 




123 


Johnson, Angel 




123 


Johnson, Ashley 




123 


Johnson, Ashley 




123 


Johnson, Booker 


29,82 


Johnson, Cayce Hi 




13 


Johnson, Cheetara 


99. 


106 


Johnson, Christine 50 


82 


123 


Johnson, Conchetta 




7.25 


Johnson, Crystal 




123 


Johnson, Debbie 




123 


Johnson, DeMario 


43,82 


Johnson, Demetria 




123 


Johnson, Desb awn 




10 


Johnson, Desmond 




123 


Johnson, Hosea 




107 


Johnson, Iesha 


68 


123 


Johnson, Jasmine 




124 









I 







Johnson, Jewel 
Johnson, Jonta 
Johnson, Justen 
Johnson, Kailynn 
Johnson, Keith 
Johnson, Kynidra 
Johnson, Lakedra 
Johnson, Lakehia 
Johnson, Langston 
Johnson, Latorray 
Johnson, Lawrence 
Johnson, Lourian 
Johnson, Melvin 
Johnson, Patrice 
Johnson, Quartiel 
Johnson, Quentasha 
Johnson, Sean 
Johnson, Shaneka 
Johnson, Shronda 
Johnson, Stafford 
Johnson, Sylvia 
Johnson, Temple 
Johnson, Teresa 
Johnson, Tiffany 
Johnson, Tiffany 
Johnson, Triquetta 
Johnson-Polite, Julia 
Joh son, Marvin 
Jones, Amber 
Jones, Angelo 
Jones, Antywan 
Jones, Audrey 
Jones, Carrie 
Jones, Crystal 
Jones, David 
Jones, Eddie 
Jones, Fitzgerald 
Jones, Javarious 
Jones, Jewel 
Jones, John 
Jones, Kevin 
Jones, Latisha 
Jones, Markayla 
Jones, Mildred 
Jones, Monica 
Jones, Nellie 
Jones, Qwana 
Jones, Raquel 
Jones, Rickey Terrell 
Jones, Sharifa 
Jones, Sharifa 6,17 
76,78, 
Jones, Shawanda 
Jones, Sherifa 
Jones, Tiffaney 
Jones, Xavier 
Jordan, Margaret 
Joyner, Edna 
Juitt, Lorette 
Jurnett, Arlicia 



;i. 



107 

107 

50,8*2,107 

31 
36,89,107 
124 
124 
107 
113 
113 

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107 
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107 
124 

82 

124 

91, 124 

19 
124 
124 
124 
143 
124 
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82 
107 
107 
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107 
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124 
124 
107 
124 
107 
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81,84,107 

124 

63 
125 
88,125 
107 
107 
107 
66,107 



95, 



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Keaton, Krystal 




68 


Kelly, Anthony 




107 


Kenderson, Kyradhel 




125 


Kendrick, Walter 




125 


Kern, Kimberly 


99 


107 


Kern, Shareese 




125 



iKerr, Jasmine 49,125 

Keys, Kenneth 143 

Kimmons, Felicia 81, 125 

Ki ncai d , Jamie 125 

Kincaid, TaQuera 27,107 

Kindle , Ste phenitra 7,26 

King, Esparonza 125 

King, Norman 125 

King, Shenika 81,125 

Kirksey, William 88,151 

Kizer, Anthony 88 

Kizcy, Anthony 125 

Kyles-Rucker, Calvis 108 



Lackey, Delores 


144 


Lackey, Karisha 


125 


Lampkin, Francho 


125 


Lampkin, Sherry 


49 


Lampkin, Trey 


7,26,34 


Lang, Stanika 


125 


Latimer-Hulum, Yolanda 144 


Lawrence, Larry 


125 


Lawson, Mary 


125 


Lemon, Jaleesa 


125 


Lenard, Lakeshia 


19 


Leoppard, Troy 


108 


Leslie, Davis 


108 


Leslie, Shavonda 


108 


Levells, Mickory 


7,25 


Levy, Frisco 


24 


Lewis, Cedric 


89,125 


Lewis, Chantana 


125 


Lewis, Dorothy 


108 


Lewis, Jessica 


81 


Lewis, MarqueSha 


68,126 


Lewis, Mortasyia 


126 


Leyva, Sonny 


89,92,126 


Liddell, Channing 


108 


Liner, Avis 


126 


Long, Amanda 


126 


Loraine, Bingham 


108 


Love, Dominique 


126 


Lucas, Florence 


144 


Luckett, Latoya 


42 


Lunsford, Millicent 


31 


Lynch, Linda 


108 


Lynch, Take Ilia 


121 




Mablean, Judge 


54 


Mack, Rasheda 


126" 


M'addox, Sam 


126 


Magsby, Eddrina 


126 


Maiden, Joyce 


144 


Maiden, Renaldo 


126 


Marbley, Toyneisha 


73 


Marbley, Toyneshia 


80,126 


Marion, Laquinia 


126 


Marshall, Damien 


108 


Martin, Domenic 


108 


Martin, Gene 


126 


Martin, Sharon 


126 


Martinez, Juan 


11,108 


Mason, Robert 


147 


Matthews, Ramona 


17 



M axon, Dorothy 
Maxon, Tar a 
Mayfield, Panny 
Mayhall, Phillip 
Mayo, State Rep. John 
Mays, Marshenna 
McAdory, Lemisha 
McBride, Keanna 
McBride, Sabrina 
McCain, Crystal 
McClain, Linda 
McClain, TeQuandra 
McCline, Tywanda 
McClinton, Jennifer 
McCloud, Lawrence 
McClure,Bernita 
McClure, Desmond 
McConnell, Jejuan 
McCoy, Edreika 
McCray, Jarveman 
McDaniel, Larry 
McFarland, Patricia 
McGee, Amelia 
McGlown, Johnny 
McGregor, Marley 
McKiddy, Rosemary 
McKinest, Paul 
McNeal, Amber 
McNeal, Anna 
McNeal, Deborah 
McNeal, Jessica 
McNeal, Leotis 
McNeer, Karen 
McPherson, Fabian 
McQueen, Jesse 
McWright, Amanda 
McWright, Helena 
Meeks, Bryant 
Meeks, Gabriel 
Meeks, Marlin 
Meeks, Marlon 
Melton, Elizabeth 
Messenger, Michael 
Metcalf, Clinton 
Miller, Charlina 
Jvliller, Evione 
Miller, Jaleesa 
Miller, John 
Miller, Samuel 
Miller, Sheena 
Miller, Yolanda 
Milton, Gladys 
Minley, Tahja 
Mitchell, Jason 
Mitchell, Jaswita 
Mitchell, Jesston 
Mitchell, Justin 
Mitchell, Latori 
Mitchner, Daicus 
Mongomery, Bethany 
Montgomery, Bethany 

Montgomery, Cassie 
Montgomery, Dennis ■ 
Montgomery, Shonnan 
Moody, Nicolus 
Mooney, Leslie 
Moore, Ceno 
Moore, Charlene 
Moore, Claudette 



83 

82 
140 
108 

18 

82 
126 
108 
126 
126 
108 
127 
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127 

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127 
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144 

95,97,128 

67,128 

108 

54,108 

128 

109 



Moore, Danny 
Moore, Darryl 
Moore, Latrena 
Moore, Leno 
Moore, Naomi 
Moore, Rogereilusha 
Moore, Sharron 
Moore, Shena 48,61,63,98,99, 

109 
Moore, Shirley 
Moore, Tina 
Moore, Whitney 
Moore, Xavier 
Mordy, Marquetta 
Morgan, Jessica 
Mosby, Donnessia 
Mosley, Alton 
Mosley,Mary 
Mosley-Bonney, Nancy 
Moton, Quincy 
Moton, Regina 
Mouton, Mitchall 
Mouton, Mitchell 
Murry, Chiquita 
Myers, Joyce 
Myles, Thaddeus 



109 
29, 109 i 
128 
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29 
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N 



Nabors, Jamaal 




129 


Neal, Annricka 




82 


Neal, Sandra 




109 


Nelson, Kozialski 




129 


Nelson, Robert 28 


82 


109 


Nettles, Fredderick 


82 


129 


Nettles, Fredrick 




50 


Nettles, Victory 


88 


129 


Nevels, Tabitha 




37 


Newson, LaTonya 




109 


Neychaundra 


.: 


115 


Nielsen, Barbara 




144 


Noah, Johnny 




144 


Noah, Sonja 




129 


Nolan, Aprill 




109 


Nolan, Dennisa 




109 


Nolan, Glenntavious 




109 


Nolan, Gregory 




129 


Nolan, Jasmine 


32 


129 


Noland, Meredith 




129 


Norman, Ashley 


82 


109 


Nuttall, Lekenya 




129 



o 



O'Briant, Nakitha 




129 


O'Bryant, Dewanda 




129 


Office, Shelia 




129 


Okunoye, David 


42,47 


Oliver, Patrick 


91 


129 


Outlaw, Charles 




129 


Owens, Andrea 


50,51 


129 


Owten, Clifton 


38 


129 



156 Iruiex 




68,109 



Pace. Lekisha 
Paden. Orlando 
Pam. Carl 
Pam.Danyella 
Parker. Jenise 
Parker. Kontrese 
Parker. Rose 
Parks. Robert 
Parris. Ke'Antae 
Patrick. Whitney 



Polite. Eugene 

Polite, Kenya 

i Powell, Derrick 

Powell, Tyrone 

Prado. Dana 

Presley. Dr 



Payne. Charity 
Payno. Shonda 
Pearl. Shonda 
Pearson. Larry 
Peggs-Banls. Denetrius 
Peggy, Jaretta 
Peterson, Ira 
Peterson, Maje ana 
Phillips. Mary 
Philhjis, Natasha 
Phillips. Natoya 
Pickens. Rosalyn 
Pigue. Brenda 
Pinkton, Thomas 
Pittman, Jeremy 
Pittman, Keonna 
Pittman, Marvin 



77.109 

144 

129 

49 

109 

109 

129 

129 

129 

62,84,91, 

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109 

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130 



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109 

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Presley, Leandrew 141, 1 44 

Price, Casslisa 130 

Price. Corderro 13,26.76,78, 

90 
Price, Kiera 130 

Pringle.Terrance 90 

Pruitt, Corderll 130 

Pryor. Joyce 1 44 

Prvor. Kenisha 1 30 




Quinn. Cathy 



57,82 



R 



Ramsey, Lashara 1 7 

Ranson, James 27.76,78,90, 

110 
Ranson, Latoyia 1 30 

Ranson. Marquita 1 30 

Ranson, Saint 72,74,101,130 
RatlifT. Carlos 130 

Raymond, Fairralonze 110, 132 
Re ddick, Byron 80 

Redding. Denoche 1 10 

Redding. Myquisha 1 10 

Redmond. Cornelius 130 

Redmond. Phallon^f 1 30 

Reed.Alesha 110 

Reed, Cordelia 110 

Reed T Daphane 130 



Reed. Hal 
Reed. Lakedrick 
Reed. Shermaine 
Reed, Wanda 
Reese, Betty 
Reynolds. Angela 
Rhodes. Pauline 
Rhymes. Chef 
Rhymes. Josephine 
Rhymes. Robert 
Rice. Donisha 
Rice. Kenisha 
Rich. Delores 
Rich. Debris 
Richard. Delores 
Richardson. Christopher 
Richardson. Lopaz 
Richardson. Lopez 
Richardson. Markeila 
Riley. Christopher 
Rilev. Mary 






29. 110 

79 

130 

144 

110 

77, 144 

147 

80 

32 

13,144 

81,110 

81.110 

80 

73 

144 

110 

74 

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131 

110 

131 

110 

131 

131 

110 

131 

131 

110 

78,131 

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Riley. Randy ^Igp^J 
Ringo. Amanda 
Ringo. Mario 
Roach, Adam 
Roach. Dellia 
Roach. Lasha 
Roach, Tlene 
Robinson, Ashley 
Robinson, Kevin 
Robinson, Lacy 
Robinson, LaTony 
Robinson, LaTonya 80 

Robinson, Michelle 131 

Robinson, Nicole 1 3 1 

Robinson, Steward 1 3 1 

Robinson, Tabitha 57 

Robinson, Tawana 48, 68, 1 10 
Rocket. Joharrison 68 

Rockett. Joharrison 50. 77, 144 
Rockett, Robert 51,144 

Rodgers, Rosalind 49,110 

Rosebur, Annette 1 1 

Ross, Janet 110 

Ross, Lamega 131 

Ross. Rick 61 

Rucker, Raven 1 3 1 

Russell. Joandria 1 3 1 

Russell. Rolanda 131 

Russell. Sherita 131 

Rutledee. Janae 131 



Saffold. Vernon 


89 


Safford, Vernon 


131 


Sander. Latasha 


13 


Sanders, Brittney 


131 


Sanders, Carrie 


110 


Sanders, Darryl 


13 


Sanders, Kelvin 


68 


Sanders, Lashundra 


131 


Sanders, Shelia 


73 


Sargent, Jeremy 


132 



Sargent, Joe 



17,23,34,63,76, 
78,84,110 



Saxton, Lindsey 
Scott, Alex 
Scott, Patrice 



110 
132 
110 



Scruggs, Joseph 68 

Scurlark, Shaunta 1 1 

Seals, Edward 72,74,77,79, 

81 
Seals, Tonya 
Seaton, Tabitha 
Seaton, Yashika 
Sellers, Demetrious 
Sellers, Demetrius 
Sellers, Latoya 
Sepulvado, Thersa 
Shanks, Judy 
Shanks, Lua 
Shark, Catrina 
Shark. Raymond 
Shaw. Chris 
Shaw. Christopher 
Shaw. LaSherica 



47, 







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132 
19 

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132" 

132 

19 

132 

111 

32 

68 

25 

13 

24,60,99. 

Ill 

Shaw, Robbie 1 1 1 

Shaw, Sandra 132 

Shaw, Shawnty 132 

Shaw, Sherard 1 46 

Sheddick, Byron 132 

Sheets, #25 10 

Shelton. Melanie 50 

Shelton-Clar k. Anne 13,139 
Shipp, LaDarius 93,132 

Showers, P.L. 132 

Sifuentes, Amy 1 1 1 

Sifuentes, Laura 1 1 1 

Simmons, Antwon 1 3 2 

Simmons, Lori 1 44 

Simmons- Jennings, Shelia 1 1 1 
Simon, Latrina 1 1 1 

Simpson, Antoine 1 2 

Simpson, Scott 132 

Sims, Jacqueline 1 1 1 

Skinner, Tanga 132 

Slaughter, Beonca 1 32 

Slaughter. Keonca 1 32 

Slaughter, Mammie 1 1 1 

Smith, Ashley 1 1 1 

Smith, Britney 62 

Smith. Brittany 132 

Smith. Charles 144 

Smith, Dorian 88,111 

Smith, Earnestine 133 

Smith, Eddie 14,18 

Smith. Evelyn ^^J144 

Smith, Jacquelyn 144 

Smith. La>asha 7.28 

Smith, Mandolin 42, 1 33 

Smith, Rhonda 1 3 

Smith. Sherrica 
Smith, Sierra 
Smith. Theresa 
Snyder, Latundra 
Sonley, Leroy 
Spearman, Candies 
Spearman, Elizabeth 
Spearman, Tyrell 



Speed, Umeka 
Spralls, Israel 
Sridharan, Bhama 
Stacy, Emily 
Stanford, Yvonne 
Statum, Falicia 
Stephens, Jeremy 



133 

111 

111 

133 

145 

133 

49,133 

62,87,88, 

90.133 

81 

133 

68,77, 145 

111 

14, 141,145 

133 

84, 111 





Stephens, JuShuntaL 
Stephens, JuShuntia 

Stephens, uShuntia 
Stephney, Karen 
Stevens, Wendolyn 
Stevenson, Brittany 
Stewart, Beatta 
Stewart, Mary 
Stewart, Pateles H 
Stokes, Deidra 5 

Striplin, Henry 
Strode, Marcus 
Suggs, Carolyn J 
Suggs, Kimberly 
Survillion, Syreata 
Swansen, Yolanda 
Swatzell, Robert 
Swift, Candace 
Sykes, Annette 
Sykes, Charlie 
Sykes, Lannette 
Sykes, Patricia 




Tanner, Dennis 


133 


Tanner, Yolanda 


133 


Taylor, Arielle 


99 


Taylor. Damandrick 


145 


Taylor, Erica 


133 


Taylor, Julius 


133 


Taylor, Kenneth 


111 


Taylor, Lorenzo 


91 


Taylor, T.C. 


145,151 


Taylor, Theresa 


145 


Terry, Angela 


134 


Terry, Ethan 


38 


Thomas, Allean 


145 


Thomas, Cortina 


111 


Thomas, Cozetta 


111 


Thomas, DaTrisha 


134 


Thomas, Delbra 


111 


Thomas, Dian 


145 


Thomas, Dinica 


134 


Thomas. Dominique 


111 


Thomas, Dominque 


48 


Thomas, Donald 


80 


Thomas, Erica 


134 


Thomas, Janice 


145 


Thomas, Mashawn 


134 


Thomas, Reginald 


112 


Thomas, Rockell 


145,, 


Thomas, Suronica 


112 


Thomas, Tonya 


81,112 


Thompson, Concetta 


112 


Thompson, Emory 


134 


Thompson, Kararen 




Thompson, Mariesha 


36,74, 



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Thornton, Sylvester 

Tillotson, Justin 
Towers, Kelvin 
Towers, Kevin 
Towner, Valmadge 
Travis, Kendrick 




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Triplett, Beatrice 
Trotter,Vera 
Tucker, Brandon 
Tucker, Tovet 
Tuner, Quoinsetta 
Turnage, Nicholas 
Turne,Tamarcus 
Turner, Ernest 
Turner, Kimberly 

Turner, Kimberly 
Turner, Leroy 
Turner, Maritha 
Tyler-Lee, Brenda 



62, 



134 

134 

112 

81 

134 

91,134 

; 134 

134 

78.134, 

■ 151 

1341 

134 

134 

a 135 



vWeatherspoon, Lucideuis 



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Vaughn, KoKeya 
Veasey, Dominique 
Veazy, Varice 
Victory, Lateshi a 
Vinson, Elare nee 89, 




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Wade, Craig 
Wadlington, Crystal 
Wahley, Chiquita 
Walker, Crystal 
Walker, Doris 
Walker, JGeorge 
Walter, Lee 
Walker, Monique 
Walker, Nicholas 6,32 
Walker, Nicholos 
Walker, Nigel 
Walker, Nigelas 7 

Walker, Nigelus 
Walker, Shucora 
Walker, Tangela 
Wallace, Roosevelt 

Rosdalyn 68 

illie 
Walton, Carolyn 
Ward, Colin 
Washington, Candace 

hi ngton, Cheryl 
Washington, Denzel 
Washington, Evelyn 
Washington, Henry 
Washington, Jamisha 
Washington, Jimisha 
Washington, Lisa 
Washington, Tamara 
Washington, Tara 
Washington, Tavaris 
Washington, Zereka 
Waters, Quortisha 
Watson, Kim 
Watson, Teri 
Watson, Tina 62. 

Weathers, Arshada 



135 

112 

135 

112 

135 

19 

135 

145 

89,151 

112 

151 

32,112 

88 

135 

135 

30 

76,135 

145 

135 

88,90 

135 

13,27 

91,135 

14,145 

74,135 

61 

99,112 

112 

145 

13 

95,112 

135 

135 

68 

135 

99,112 

135 



Webster, J.W. 
Webster, Wyteshia 
Weeks, Dominic 
Weeks, Dominque 
.West, Beckey 
West, Joshua 
Westmoreland, Markeith 
Whaley, Chiquita 
Wheeler, J.C, 
Wheeler, Latecia 
White, Angela 
White, Charles 
~ White, Denitta 
White, Jacquita 
White, Jamien 
White, Pauline 
Whitehead, Horace 
Whitehead, Horrace 
Whitfield, Herman 
Whitfield, Kokeiya 
Whittie, Brandon 
Wiggins, DeMarcus 
Wiggins, LaMarcus 
Wilcox, Rosalind 
Wiley, Larry 
WiMIs, W.L. 
Williams, Ciefa 
Williams, Daonterius 
Williams, David 
Willi ams^Dominique 
Williams, Dontrerious 
Williams, Dustin 
Williams, Edneatha 
Williams, Emmanuel 
Williams, relicia 
Williams, James 
Williams, Jeremy 
Williams, Jerome 
Williams, Joseph™"" 
Williams, Lataya 
Williams, Lorett 
Wi lli am s , Lynette 
Williams, Marquetta 
Williams, Mashella 
Williams, Mattie 
Williams, Maxine 
Williams, Natashia 
Williams, Natoshia 
Williams, Otha 
Williams, Paul 62, l\ 
Williams, Quon 
Williams, Renee 
Williams, Rhonda 
Williams, Samone 
Williams, Savannah 
Williams, Sharonka 
Williams, Sherry 
Williams, Shirley 
Williams, Stedman 
Williams, Taurus 
Williams, Tennell 
Williams, Terin 
William s-Sculak, Carolyn 
Willingham, Lorean 
Willis, Brittany 
Willis, Lashonya 
Willis, Stephanie 
Wilson, Angela 



38, 

136 

112 

w.80, 136 

36,77,136 
50 



145 

31 

112 

48 

48 

136 

19 

141,145 

136 

136 

136 

13,80 

136 

95 

136 

136 

28 

112 

76 

145 

73,80 

51,136 

91,112 

136 



Wilson, Bradford 
Wilson, Bradford 

Wilson, Cremaya 
Wilson, Monte 
Wilson, Robin 
Winston, Chanel 
Winters, Sharon 
Wise, Labronski 
Wolf, Charlie 
Woods, Fredrica 
Woods, Garrieldo 
Woods, Johnny 
Woods, Johnny 
Word, Cherterrica 
Wortham, Teresa 
Wright, Brittany 
Wright, Deshonda 
Wright, Jamika 
Wright, Kenneth 
Wright, Sylvia 
Wright, Tacillya 



Young, Fazenda 
Young, Melissa 
Young, Taneshia 
Young, Titus 




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Printing: 

The Coahoman Yearbook, Volume 44 
was prepared at Taylor Publishing in El 
Paso, TX and printed by Taylor 
Publishing Company in Dallas. TX. 
Karen Loden served as our sales 
representative and Martha Depper served 
as our customer service representative. 
The press run was 1 200 copies. 

Photography: 

Lamb's Photography of Clarksdale, MS 
photographed all class and faculty photos. 
All group shots and candid shots were 
taken by the Yearbook staff, Public 
Relations Director Panny Mayfield, and 
Webmaster Ezra Howard. 



Cover, Endsheets: 

Cover type is hard with binder board 
cover and has lithocote lamination. 
Endsheet stock is rainbow marble ebony. 
The Design is a school design which is the 
lake that adorns the campus. 

Production: . 

Typesetting and page production were 
completed using Elite Vision software 
and Microsoft on Gateway computers. 
Times New Roman, City Scape, and 
Alfonso fonts were used throughout the 
book. hb^fc 

The 2008 Coahoman was produced by a 
staff of student volunteers working under 
the supervision of faculty advisers. 




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Forever in Our Memories 
Life ends, but memory lives. Anonymous 



Joe L. Burton 
(February 12,2008 

Shirley Gause Garner 
(January 23, 200§P 

James Price, Jr. 
(January 26, ||)8) 

Ronald Joe Hawkins 
(January 28, 2008) 

Peggy Ann Thomas Lockett 
(January 18,2008) 

Marcus Ricardo Wiley 
(January 7, 20Q| " 



',200*) 
Campb 





Pearl Ann Campbell 
(December 21 77007) 

Anthony Williams 
(December 17,2007) 

*John "Red" Baine 
(November 11,2007) 



Edna Mae James Ambrose Norris 
(November 8, 200^i 

Sylvester Lee, Sr. 
(October 20, 2007) 




* Barbara Ellen Smith Nielsen 
(October 17, 2007) 

Raymond Lewis McCray 
(September 22, 2007) 

Dorothy Perring 
(August 9, 2007) 

onald Wortham 
(July 27, 2007) 

Jessie McComb Hill 
(June 30, 2007 

Arvette Baker Lee 
(June 11,2007) 



** George Armspert Green 
(June 5, 2007) 

David Martin 
(May 30, 2007) 

Hattie Mae Braxton 
(May 26, 2007) 

Ronald Keith Williams 
(May 23, 2007) 



*Former Instructor 
brmer ^ffl&tic Director, Coach, Instructor 



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